Flights from Melbourne to Broome
Flight information Melbourne to Broome
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Average flight time, total distance 3112 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Melbourne to Broome
Travellers may fly from Melbourne to Broome through direct flight services and connecting flights, depending on their availability. Qantas Airlines offer two direct flights weekly from Melbourne to Broome, landing on the Broome International Airport. The flights as listed take place every Sunday and every Wednesday, and is available across all seat classes as determined by Qantas (validity of the said schedule is until the 3rd of October, 2015). Meanwhile, connecting flights from Melbourne to Broome via Perth are also offered by Virgin Australia. Schedule depends on the flight availability, and complete details are available through the Virgin Australia website.
From Melbourne Airport, travellers will board through Terminal 1, where domestic Qantas flights take off. Melbourne's Terminal 1 hosts all domestic services for Qantas Group airlines, including Qantas, Jetstar, and QantasLink. The terminal is located to the northern end of the building, with departures taking place on the first floor. The terminal has 16 parking bays that are served by aero-bridges (12 are served by single aero-bridges, and 4 are served by double aero-bridges). There are five non-aero-bridge gates that are used by QantasLink and Jetstar. The said terminal is accessible by land transport through central Melbourne.
From Melbourne's Terminal 1, travellers will arrive at Broome's main passenger terminal. Broome International Airport's main passenger terminal houses most of the airport's services, including scheduled flights, airport processes and services, managerial operations, and many other activities. It is also the home of four airlines: Qantas, QantasLink, Virgin Australia, and AirNorth.
Since the flight is domestic, travellers should only prepare a few necessary documents, including photo identification cards such as driver's licence, passport, or social security card, along with their booking reference/confirmation or itinerary receipt, and airline 'frequent flyer' membership identification.
What to expect in Broome
Located in Victoria, Melbourne is two hours ahead of Broome. Local times should be adjusted as stated, with the Broome time in-sync with the time and date lines of Asian countries while Melbourne's time is in-sync with most of the Pacific nations. Broome has a tropical climate – with hot and humid summers and warm winters; October to April temperatures average around 33 degrees Celsius while June to August temperatures rest at mild to mostly cool, averaging some 27 degrees Celsius. Temperatures in the area rarely fall below five degrees Celsius at any time of the year, so visiting the area should be mostly comfortable, except of course during the wet seasons. Comparably, Broome's weather is more definite, unlike Melbourne's ever changing weather. Meanwhile, cost of living in Broome and Melbourne cannot be totally compared, as some items in the former cost more than the prices in the latter. Food prices in restaurants for example, are relatively costlier in Broome, while most basic market items are cheaper in Broome than in Melbourne. Transport costs are relatively costlier in Broome, with fewer options to choose from. Utilities and clothing expense in Broome are costlier too, although rent prices within the city centre are relatively cheaper.
This information is correct as of June 2015.
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