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Victoria Flights

Search and buy flights to, within, and from Victoria, in Australia, with Alternative Airlines. We make it easy to book flights with any of the Australian airlines thatfly to Melbourne, including Jetstar, Qantas, and Virgin Australia, as well as flights from international airlines that fly to the state.

Coastline in Victoria, Australia

Airlines that fly within Victoria

Victoria is the smallest of the mainland states, located beneath New South Wales. This region is home to one of Australia's popular cities, Melbourne, the second most populated city in the country.

As the state is not as vastly spread out as the other regions in the country, many will choose to explore the state by car. Most tourists heading to Victoria will fly to Melbourne. It is easy to catch a domestic flight to Melbourne from elsewhere in Australia, or by flying to the international airport from abroad. From Melbourne, a popular excursion is to head southwest of Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road, home of stunning coastal scenery and water sport activity, as well as the famous ‘Twelve Apostles’.

There are only a limited number of regional flights within the region, owing to its much smaller size. There are numerous domestic flights to Melbourne from elsewhere in Australia. Take a look at the section below to find out more.

You can use the search bar at the top of the page to begin searching for flights with any of the airlines listed below.

Airlines that fly within Victoria
REX Regional Airlines

REX Regional Airlines operates flights between Melbourne and Mildura Airport. Mildura Airport is the busiest regional airport in Victoria, and serves the city of Mildura north-west Victoria.


Melbourne International Airport ➡ Mildura Airport


REX Regional Airlines also operates flights between Melbourne and Mildura Airport.


Melbourne International Airport ➡ Mildura Airport

Sharp Airlines

Sharp Airlines connects Melbourne (Essendon Airport) with Portland Airport. Portland Airport serves the city of Portland, a small city located on Portland Bay in Victoria.


Melbourne Essendon Airport ➡ Portland Airport

Airlines that fly to Victoria

Discover what airlines fly to the state of Victoria from other destinations in Australia.

There are two major airports in Victoria, to/from which travellers can easily fly to from elsewhere within Australia. These are Melbourne International Airport (MEL) and Avalon Airport (AVV), near Geelong. There is about 41 miles between the two airports, and they both serve the greater Melbourne area. Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tigerair are the largest domestic carriers which operate scheduled services to Melbourne International Airport from Australia's other major cities. Jetstar also flies to/from Avalon Airport. Qantas Link and REX also fly to Melbourne as well as larger regional airports, including Mildura, Portland, Traralgon and Mount Hotham.

Although smaller than the international airport and Avalon Airport, Essendon Airport is also a public airport serving Melbourne. Link Airways flies to the airport from the overhead state of New South Wales, and Sharp Airlines fly to the airport from New South Wales and some of the smaller islands of the state of Tasmania.


Qantas (some flights operated by its subsidiary, QantasLink) flies to Melbourne from destinations across Australia, including Adelaide, Alice Springs, Auckland, Brisbane, and Darwin. Within the state of Victoria, the airline also flies direct to Mangalore Airport from Melbourne and Sydney, and to Bendigo Airport from Sydney.

Example routes:

Adelaide ➡ Darwin

Darwin ➡ Melbourne

Bendigo ➡ Sydney

& many more!


Jetstar flies to Melbourne International and Avalon Airport from other popular destinations in Australia, including Adelaide, Auckland, and Brisbane, as well as Ayers Rock, Gold Coast, and Hobart.

Example routes:

Melbourne ➡ Gold Coast

Melbourne ➡ Ayers Rock

Hobart ➡ Melbourne

& many more!

Virgin Australia/Virgin Australia Regional Airlines

Within the state of Victoria, Virgin Australia (some flights operated by its subsidiary, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines) only flies to Melbourne International Airport. The airline flies to Melbourne from destinations across Australia, including: Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Cairns, Christchurch, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Perth, Queenstown, Sunshine Coast, and Sydney.

Adelaide ➡ Melbourne

Melbourne ➡ Cairns

Queenstown ➡ Melbourne

& many more!

Rex Regional Airlines

Rex flies to Melbourne from airports across Australia, including: Albury, Burnie–Wynyard, King Island, Merimbula, Mildura, Mount Gambier, Sydney, Wagga Wagga. Rex Regional Airlines also flies to the regional airport of Mildura Airport from Adelaide and Broken Hill.

Mildura ➡ Melbourne

Melbourne ➡ Albury

Sydney ➡ Melbourne

& many more!

Sharp Airlines

Sharp Airlines flies to Essendon Airport from Flinders Island, Griffith, King Island, and between Essendon and Portland Airport.

Flinders Island ➡ Melbourne Essendon

Melbourne Essendon ➡ Portland Airport

King Island ➡ Melbourne Essendon

& many more!

Palm tree at sunset

International Flights to Victoria

Melbourne International Airport

Melbourne International Airport (MEL), also known locally as Tullamarine Airport, is the international airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the second busiest airport in Australia. Melbourne Airport is the main international airport of the area, the other international airport being Avalon Airport. International airlines fly to MEL from all over the world, including: Air India, Air New Zealand, Air China, Japan Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Vietnam Airlines, United Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, and Etihad Airways.

Avalon Airport

Avalon Airport (IATA: AVV) is an international airport located in Avalon, in the City of Greater Geelong, which is falls within the greater metropolitan area of Melbourne. Avalon is a much smaller international airport compared to nearby Melbourne International. AirAsia X currently flies to Avalon from Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia, and Citilink flies to the airport from Denpasar, in Bali.

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Is a passport required when travelling to Victoria?

If you're flying to Victoria from outside of Australia, a passport (and possibly a visa) will be required to enter the country. However, if you're flying domestically to the Melbourne from another Australian destination, or flying regionally within the state, a passport will not be required. You will need to show a valid form of government-issued photo identification, such as a drivers license, national ID card.

Can I book flights to Victoria online?

Yes, it is easy to book your flights to Victoria online with Alternative Airlines. Use our search form at the top of the page to search for flights to any destination within Australia. We offer flights from more than 600 airlines worldwide, so no matter where you are flying from, we'll have the flights you're after.

Can I book flights to other states in Australia?

Yes, we make it easy to book flights within Australia, no matter which state you want to explore. If you're planning a trip to Australia, the following guides might be informative for you:

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