Sydney is located on the south-eastern coast of Australia. It is a well known seaport and has the largest population of any Australian city with approximately 4.5 million inhabitants.
Sydney is composed of six major districts, including City East, South, and West, The Rocks, City Centre and Darling Harbour. Darling Harbour is home to a good amount of daytime entertainment including boardwalks and museums. City East is home to a lot of Sydney nightlife.
The Sydney Opera House is the iconic symbol of the city and is one of the most popular places to visit in Sydney. The Olympic Park, which hosted the 2000 Olympic Games, is a fun stop, along with the Rocks, one of Sydney’s remaining areas of early inhabitance.
Sydney Airport (Airport code SYD) is also referred to as Kingsford Smith Airport. Sydney Airport is the main hub for Qantas as well as Virgin Blue and Jetstar. Over 60 airlines in total are served by Sydney Airport. The majority of the world’s largest airlines fly into or out of Sydney but usually not to more than one or two destinations. Jetstar, Qantas and Virgin Blue offer flights to the most destinations.
Qantas, Virgin Atlantic, Australian Air Express, American Airlines and Virgin Blue fly the most frequently from Sydney Airport.