Canberra is the capital city of the Australian Capital Territory and is most famous as Australia's political capital and the home of Parliament. Cheap flights to Canberra are offered from a number of major cities by a range of Australian airlines and offer easy access to the region. However Canberra is also a popular holiday destination steeped in culture and history that has helped to shape the nation. Canberra is home to some of the most well-recognised attractions in the country including the National Gallery of Australia, Zoo and Aquarium, Reptile Centre, Railway Museum, Parliament House and Australian War Memorial, and is one of the world's few planned cities. Just a short drive from the CBD you can find more than 30 wineries, picturesque coastlines, historic towns, beautiful southern highlands and even an alpine region.
There are a number of domestic airlines that offer cheap flights to Northern Territory including Brindabella Airlines which operates flights to Newcastle, Qantas which operates flights to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, QantasLink operated by Eastern Australia Airlines which operates flights to Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, QantasLink operated by Sunstate Airlines which operates flights to Brisbane, Virgin Australia which operates flights to Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, and Virgin Australia Regional Airlines which operates flights to Sydney.
Canberra Airport is an international airport however there are currently no international flights that operate out of the facility. Located on the city's main east-west arterial, the airport is approximately 10 minutes from the city centre. The eighth busiest airport in Australia, Canberra Airport services approximately 3,250,000 passengers annually. It is the main airport servicing the Australian Capital Territory and the New South Wales city of Queanbeyan and is the primary base for Brindabella Airlines. Flights to Canberra put you in the centre of all the action with the city's dining, entertainment, shopping and heritage meets modern architecture.