Look at the arrivals table above to find the status and other information of your flight to also the Information about arrival times and status is frequently updated in real time.

Some Extra Information About This Airport

As Australia’s fourth busiest airport regarding passenger movements, PER serves Perth, western Australia’s capital city, as an international, domestic, and general aviation airport and is open 24/7 throughout the year. It is a vital piece of transportation infrastructure for the state’s economic development, and it is only 5 kilometers from Perth’s city center. Perth airport Pty Ltd has operated it since 1997 under a 99 year commonwealth government lease, and it’s one of three civilian airports in the perth metropolitan area.

Check Your Baggage Allowance:

Infants and children are allowed to take special items as checked baggage, and if you’re traveling with a baby, you can check in a 23kg bag as part of your special item baggage limit.

In addition to your carry on, you may bring one personal item such as a purse, laptop, coat, umbrella, camera, book, or mobility assistance. Delayed or missing baggage, as well as damage to baggage or its contents, should be reported to virgin Australia at the airport’s baggage reclaim area. Guests who are unable to report loss or damage at the airport must make a written report within the required time restrictions.
Carry on baggage limits exist because there is limited space in the aircraft cabin, as well as for the comfort and safety of the guests and the crew.

Baggage dos and don’ts:

To prevent unexpected fines, make sure your checked baggage meets the size and weight limits. A checked bag’s overall dimensions cannot exceed 140cm (length, breadth, and height). Remember that several objects combined will not be considered a single piece. To avoid overweight penalties on economy tickets with bought checked luggage, keep individual goods under 23 kg. Finally, checked luggage must accompany the traveler. If you have baggage traveling separately, it must be shipped as cargo.

Terminals & Facilities:

PER successfully manages both domestic and international traffic. It welcomes you to western Australia, whether you’re flying locally or from all over the world, and spans four terminals.

Terminal 1:

Terminal 1 accommodates both international and domestic aircraft. It has boarding gates 50–55 with following levels:

Ground Level
It houses the arrivals and departures hall, which is divided into arrivals and departures sides. This level includes the long-term parking shuttle bus and the terminal transfer bus stops. The arrivals side provides customer assistance, baggage trolleys, currency exchange, car rental, transportation, and a prayer space. The departure side includes the check in hall, ATMs, baggage carts, and check in counters.

Level 1
The information counter is located in the center of this level. In the same area, you will find various concessions and services, as well as outgoing immigration. After clearing it, locate the Arrivals concourse, outbound immigration, and inbound australian customs and border protection to get entrance to the arrivals hall.

Level 2
This level includes lounges for emirates, qantas, malaysia, and singapore airlines. There are also various concessions (food, drink, and retail shops) and a family friendly area on the east side.

Level 3
This level includes a bathroom and a public observation area.  43-50 gates in the residential pier.

Terminal 2:

Terminal 2 only serves domestic flights operated by alliance airlines and tigerair. It’s located southwest of terminal 1 and it features 16 check in counters and a spacious departures lounge with concessions and services. Covered walkways provide access to 14 boarding gates after clearing the security check.

Terminal 3:

Terminal 3 is a multi user domestic terminal that only serves qantas regional flights. It houses boarding gates 16–25. Terminal 3 has a single level that was recently enlarged to accommodate additional departures and a retail area. The check in area is connected to the arrivals level of terminal 4.

Terminal 4:

Qantas operates interstate and regional flights from terminal 4. It has nine gates and is an independent terminal run by qantas.

Transfer Between Terminals:

Terminals are arranged in the following order: T1 and T2 to the east, and T3, T4 to the west. They are 15 minute drives apart. To address the issue of distance, a free inter terminal transfer shuttle bus departs every 20 minutes from each terminal’s lower level.  Opening hours: 6:00 a.m. to midnight.The check in hall in terminal 3 connects to terminal 4’s arrivals hall.

Parking Options:

With so many parking alternatives available, you can select the one that best suits your needs. Whether you prefer short term parking for quick pickups or long term alternatives for extended stays, it has both covered and uncovered parking. Furthermore, their user friendly website allows you to reserve parking for added peace of mind.  So, unwind, claim your belongings, and prepare to discover all that western Australia has to offer!