Getting to Melbourne
Melbourne is served by two main airports — Melbourne Airport, also referred to as Tullamarine Airport, is situated to the northwest of the city and is the main international and domestic hub. Some domestic flights also use Avalon Airport, located to the southwest of the city centre on the road to Geelong.
Melbourne Airport (IATA: MEL) is the city's primary airport, 22km north-west of the city centre in the industrial suburb of Tullamarine. The airport is a hub for Qantas, Virgin Australia, Regional Express, Jetstar Airways and Tigerair Australia.
Melbourne Airport is split into four terminals:
- Terminal 1 - Qantas domestic flights.
- Terminal 2 - International flights.
- Terminal 3 - Virgin Australia and Regional Express domestic flights.
- Terminal 4 - Tigerair Australia and Jetstar domestic flights.
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- Key Dates
- Call for Abstracts Closed
- Registration Open September 2017
- Notification of Acceptance of Abstract 15 September 2017
- Full Paper Submission open 15 September 2017
- Full Paper Final Submission Deadline 1 November 2017
- Notification of Full Paper acceptance 22 November 2017
- Final Paper Submission12 January 2018
- Early bird Registration closes 2 March 2018
- Conference 9-13 July 2018
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