Sydney Australia is a very busy city. Travelling to and from the airport, whether it be domestic or international is a very common occurrence. What better way to travel than by Airport Link. Airport Link is a very practical and easy to travel by train. Airport Link is alsoconnected to all major stations. Central, Townhall, Mascot, Bondi: you name it. All you need to do is cross on over to the green Airport Link Line and it’s as easy as that. Forget the cab, Airport Link is the way!
Airport Link, and its four train stations, were built and are funded by private investment.
Airport Link Company (ALC) is the private company which operates and manages these stations, with the help of more than 70 employees and 50 contracted maintenance, security and cleaning staff. The company also maintains and staffs a 24 hour, 365-days-a-year operations room, is open every day of the year and assists with the movement of more than 80,000 trains each year on the Airport Line.
In this way, ALC participates in the provision of Public Transport for Sydney, but does so entirely as a private company, without taxpayer funding. The company is not subsidised by government or the taxpayer.
In order to fund the infrastructure and conduct the company’s operational activities, ALC charges a Gate Pass. The Gate Pass is an amount payable in addition to the standard rail ticket.
We trust you enjoy your Airport Link experience. Airport Link delivers you from Sydney Airport into the Sydney Central Business District (and beyond) with reliability and speed.
When travelling on the Airport Link you also contribute to reducing pollution and traffic congestion within Sydney. And please take a moment to consider that you are also travelling through the longest twin-track rail tunnel in Australia; a 9 kilometre unique and marvelous engineering achievement.
Avoid the traffic, the beeping and red lights, hop on the train and you have arrived at your destination in no time at all.
Airport Link Company operates the Green Square, Mascot, Airport Domestic and Airport International Train Stations.
These stations are located in the nine kilometre Airport Line tunnel, which is 23 metres below the earth’s surface. This tunnel links Sydney Airport with Central Station, the Sydney Central Business District and the 300 train stations in Greater Sydney and beyond