Flights from Newcastle Williamtown to Melbourne
Flight information Newcastle Williamtown to Melbourne
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Average flight time, total distance 852 kilometres
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Melbourne Tullamarine, Melbourne Avalon and Melbourne Essendon
Airlines that fly from Newcastle Williamtown to Melbourne
There are at least four direct flights per day from Newcastle Airport in Newcastle, New South Wales to Melbourne Airport in Melbourne, Victoria. Both airports are located in Australia. Airlines operating direct flights on this route are Jetstar and Virgin Australia. Both offer daily passenger services. Connecting flights, on the other hand, are currently not available on this domestic route.
The terminal at Newcastle Airport contains several food and beverage establishments, such as Broughton & Bay, Cibo Café, Epicure Kitchen Cafe, Hunter & King Coffee Co, Giancarlo Coffee, and Red Rooster. The first retail open in the airport's newly refurbished terminal is News Travels, which provides a wide selection of reading materials. It also offers snacks and drinks, travel essentials, technology, souvenirs, wine and spirits, gifts, apparel, accessories, and various other merchandises.
Flights with Jetstar arrive at Melbourne Airport's Terminal 1, while Virgin Australia flights arrive at Terminal 3. Stores and food establishments in Terminal 3 include Able Baker Charlie, Beach Culture, Hudsons Coffee, Krispy Kreme, Boost Juice, Sportsgirl Accessories, Sunglass Hut, Sushi Sushi, The Fly Bar, and Tech2Go. There is a food court and some shops in Terminal 1 as well, after security screening.
Valid photo identification is required for all passengers, including children and infants accompanied by an adult. A passport, driver's license, company issued identification, and student identification cards can be used. All identification must be current and not expired to be considered valid. Newcastle Airport's top priority is security; hence departing passengers will be required to proceed through pre-board security screening using x-ray machines, walk-through metal detectors, and hand-held detectors. Explosive trace detection (ETD) systems will also be used at the passenger screening point. For domestic flights, it is recommended to arrive at the airport around one hour before the scheduled departure flight, to allow enough time for check-in and security procedures.
What to expect in Melbourne
There is no time difference between Newcastle in New South Wales and Melbourne in Victoria. This means that if it is 1:51 AM on a Monday in Newcastle, then it is exactly 1:51 AM on a Monday at the same time in Melbourne.
Newcastle experiences a borderline oceanic/humid subtropical climate, a characteristic shared by most of central and northern New South Wales. The temperature is good for surfing all year round, with very little variation between the four seasons.
In contrast, Melbourne is known for having changeable weather. In fact, it is often noted for having 'four seasons in a day'. There are literally four seasons year round though, with warm to hot summers, cool winters, and mild springs and autumns. The heat begins in December, marking the start of summer, and lasts until February. The temperature becomes mild in March to May, during autumn, then drops in June for winter. Melbourne is cool to brisk until August, then becomes more mild again from September to November for spring. The city receives the highest precipitation between May and October.
In general, the cost of living in Melbourne is lower than in Newcastle. The difference in consumer prices is about 4.92%, in favour of Melbourne, while rent prices are about 2.22% lower. This means the consumer prices including rent in Melbourne is approximately 4.01% lower than in Newcastle. Restaurant prices are also about 4.98% lower, and groceries are about 13.60% cheaper.
This information is correct as of August 2015.
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