Sydney Airport

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Address: Level 3/336 - 338 King Street (Park on King) Mascot, New South Wales Australia 2020
Email Id: reservations@rentcarz.com.au

Depot Hours:

Monday 

07:00AM - 09:00PM  

Tuesday 

07:00AM - 09:00PM 

Wednesday  

07:00AM - 09:00PM

Thursday 

07:00AM - 09:00PM

Friday

07:00AM - 09:00PM

Saturday

08:00AM - 05:00PM

Sunday

08:00AM - 05:00PM

 

Why book with us? 

Extra Accessories 

Grate Rates

Premium Roadside

Quality Cars

Baby & ISOfix seats 

Pickup from 11 cities/airports                

Booster seats                   

One Way Rental available

GPS

Price inclusive of Insurance

Additional Driver

Easy rental process

 

Great customer service

 

 

Courtesy Airport Shuttle Bus

Please remember, as our valued customers and for us to serve your car hire needs better, East Coast Car Rentals Sydney provides you free airport transfer to or from our Sydney branch close to the airport terminals. Just hop on our shuttle bus, it is a short and quick ride between our branch and the terminals.


Sydney Airport and Website links

Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport has three main terminals – T1 International, T2 Multi User Domestic and T3 Qantas Domestic. These terminals are located in close proximity to each other.

Roadside Assistance

All our rental vehicles are well maintained and being serviced regularly. It is unlikely to have a mechanical breakdown with our vehicles. However, for your peace of mind, we also include 24 Hour RACQ Roadside Assistance when you rent a vehicle from our Sydney airport office or other locations.

A Bit About Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport (IATA: SYD) or Kingsford-Smith Airport is the busiest airport in Australia. In 2009, it was ranked as the 28th busiest airport in the world. This airport handles approximately 36 million passengers in the year of 2010. The Airport is situated in the suburb of Mascot, next to Botany Bay and it is located about 10 kilometres away from the city centre. In 1920, a plot of 400 acres land in Mascot was officially declared an aerodrome. Subsequently in 1921, the Commonwealth acquired the aerodrome for the purpose of building a nation-wide airport network. Starting around 1930, more land was acquired and in 1933, the first gravel runways were constructed. In honour of an Australian aviator, Charles Kingsford Smith, Sydney Airport was renamed as Kingsford-Smith Airport. Today, the airport has a total of three terminals. The International Terminal T1 and the Multi-user Domestic Terminal T2 is operated by SACL, whereas Qantas operates the second Domestic Terminal T3. When you arrive at Sydney Airport, remember to make use of our complimentary airport shuttle bus transfer service to get to East Coast Car Rentals’ Mascot depot.