Melbourne's Western Suburbs get their own direct airport connection

Melbourne's Western Suburbs get their own direct airport connection

The SkyBus Western Express will commence 1 July providing Victorian residents in the Western suburbs with the first direct connection to Melbourne's Tullamarine airport. Operating on an hourly basis for the rest of 2018, commuters travelling the full trip to and from Werribee can expect to be at the airport in as little as 60 minutes. 

Enjoy the first two weeks FREE on the Western Express! For all SkyBus Western Express customers we are offering a launch special of FREE travel on this award winning service for the first two weeks.

Bigger plans lie ahead for the Western Express, with the aim to operate the service on a 30-minute frequency in early 2019 once our new buses arrive. The route for the service begins in Werribee at the local RSL, located in the heart of Werribee, before then travelling on to Tarneit Railway Station.

For people commuting from Geelong, SkyBus Western Express services will be directly meeting Geelong line trains every hour, providing you with a reliable and cost-effective connection to Melbourne Tullamarine airport.

When we move the service to a half hour frequency in the new year, train passengers can expect even more direct connections between SkyBus and Geelong line trains. The buses will then head directly to Melbourne's Tullamarine airport, conveniently stopping kerbside, right outside terminal 4.

While the service will be the newest among the array offered now by SkyBus, it will receive the usual SkyBus treatment. Free Wi-Fi, kids travel free and dedicated luggage storage on the bus ensure the SkyBus customer travels in comfort on their journey.

In the future, all this for as little as $21! SkyBus is dedicated to providing a convenient, comfortable and affordable connection to the airport for the Western Suburbs.

For more information on the Western Express service, including tickets, stops, fares and timetable information please click here.

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