If you are transferring to another flight at Sydney Airport, check with your airline for information about transfer procedures for your onward connecting flight. To find your airline’s contact details visit our Airline Directory page.
For passengers that need to transfer between T1 International Terminal and T2 Domestic Terminal in either direction, visit our Terminal Transfer page.
For general terminal information regarding travellers in transit at Sydney Airport, view our Travellers in Transit Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) restrictions for passengers transiting on international flights
To protect against the threat of liquid explosives, there are rules for taking liquids, aerosols and gels on flights in and out of Australia.
New duty free LAG rules apply to passengers carrying duty free items arriving on international flights transiting in Australia, and passengers travelling on a domestic leg of an international flight within Australia. The Australian Government recently announced that inbound duty free LAGs restrictions have been relaxed, subject to special conditions.
From 1 July 2012, these passengers will be able to retain duty free LAG items once they have been cleared through the transit screening point. The restrictions in relation to all other LAG items in excess of 100mL remain unchanged.
For more information, visit the inbound transit requirements page of the Australian Government’s TravelSecure website.
Some exemptions which apply for medicines/medical products and baby products. Visit the TravelSecure website for further information about LAG restrictions and LAG exemptions.