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Cheap Flights to Perth

Check out flights to Perth on Netflights.com and book your trip Down Under today. We have a great selection of flights and deals available from a wide range of UK airports, so there’s no excuse for not paying a visit to a city that is hugely popular among British ex-pats.

UK departures to Perth

Destination From Destination From
London Heathrow London Gatwick
Manchester Birmingham

It will be necessary to take a connecting service when flying to Perth, and all major UK airports offer flights that make a solitary stop. Smaller airports such as Inverness, Leeds Bradford and Southampton also offer services that require just the one stopover, likely to be in a Middle Eastern city such as Dubai, or at a Southeast Asian airport such as Singapore.

Make sure you keep an eye on connection times before booking your flight, as some services involve long stopovers and overnight connections. In this case, it can be well worth paying a little extra in order to secure a more favourable journey. Jet lag can come into play with trips to Australia, so minimising the effects of it with a set of well-timed flights and a shorter overall journey is appealing for many people.

It’s little wonder Perth is such a perennially popular place among folk looking to emigrate to Australia, and not just because of the wonderful climate that offers such a strong appeal. The west coast of Australia is a stunning part of the world, and you’ll be in a prime location to explore it when you book your flights to Perth with Netflights.com.

When is the cheapest time to fly to Perth?

The cheapest time to travel to Perth is during Australia’s autumn season. February to April is considered ‘shoulder season,’ while May to early June is off-season. Prices tend to rise during Christmas and New Year’s, which also coincides with Australia’s summer. Prices start to drop sometime in January after the festivities are over. Perth is the ideal destination for a beach getaway in the summer due to rising temperatures and its proximity to the shoreline. May through September are cooler as the autumn and winter months approach.

When is the best time to book your flight to Perth?

Book your flight to Perth as early as possible – even up to a year ahead of your intended stay. Search for Perth flights that depart mid-week as opposed to on the weekend to save some money. Furthermore, booking your tickets on a Tuesday can generally save you some money as well.

Perth Airport

Perth Airport is Australia’s fourth-busiest airport. It is located in the city of Swan, a suburb of Perth about 7 miles (11 kilometres) from Perth’s city centre. China Southern, Emirates Airways, Etihad Airways, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines all fly to Perth.

Getting around the airport

Perth Airport is divided into four terminals and two groupings: Terminals 1 and 2 and Terminals 3 and 4. The two groups, or precincts, are separate from each other. The precincts are connected by the airport’s free Terminal Transfer bus or by taxi. Terminal 1 is dedicated to international flights while Terminals 2, 3 and 4 are for domestic flights.

Which airports in the U.K. operate flights to Perth?

Most major airports in the U.K. have flights to Perth. Flights departs from London Heathrow Airport, Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, Manchester Airport, Newcastle Airport, Glasgow Airport and Edinburgh Airport, just to name a few. Because of the distance, all flights are indirect and require at least one stop.

What airlines fly to Perth?

All flights to Perth have at least one stopover along the way, Flights depart from most major U.K. airports and are operated by China Southern, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines.

How long is the flight to Perth from the U.K.?

A flight to Perth from London’s Heathrow Airport will have the shortest travel time possible from the U.K. Perth lies 8,991 miles (14,470 kilometres) away from London. Total travel time is 19 hours and 30 minutes. Flights departing from other airports, like Manchester Airport and Newcastle Airport, can take at least 20 to 21 hours if not longer.

How many flights per day fly from the U.K. to Perth?

There is no shortage of flights going to Perth, as numerous indirect flights are provided every day.

Getting to the city from Perth Airport

Visitors can take a bus, shuttle, taxi or car hire to reach the city of Perth. Bus route 380 departs from the Terminal 1 and 2 precinct and drops people off in the city’s centre. When travelling by taxi, passengers may be required to pay the fair in advance. There is also a A$2 (£1) ground airport charge. The average taxi ride costs about A$45 (£26). The Perth City Shuttle costs A$18 (£11); the ride into the city last about 30 to 40 minutes. The shuttle also connects to the train station. From the train station, travellers can easily head into the city centre or out to other suburbs. Car hires are available at Terminal 1 from companies, such as AVIS, Budget, Thrifty, Hertz and Europcar.

Getting around the airport

The airport has several basic amenities: A.T.M.s, currency exchanges, First Aid, information desks, baggage storage, telephones, Wi-Fi and charging stations, airline lounges and more. Both Terminal 1 and 2 have separate pick-up and drop-off areas. Terminal 1 also has a rideshare pick-up location, taxi area and the stop for the Terminal Transfer bus. Terminals 3 and 4 share the Terminal Transfer bus stop and transfer and rideshare location.

Don’t forget before you fly

Before you fly, it is a good idea to exchange some money into Australian dollars. If you are unable to do so before your departure, Terminals 1, 3 and 4 all have A.T.M.s and currency exchange centres. International travellers are required to get either an eVisitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authority (E.T.A.) visa before their arrival. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection issues free eVisitor visas, while the E.T.A. is received from a travel agent or airline for a service free of A$20 (£12).