Sydney is one of the most visited cities in Australia by tourists. The city is often confused as the capital of Australia, as the city displays its importance in the country’s economy, financial hub and educational institutions. Sydney is also famous for its natural, historical and cultural heritage sites throughout the city. It naturally becomes the contributing factors in high traffic of domestic and international tourists in Sydney, making tourism one of the major source of income to the city.
Sydney is a four seasonal city whereby summer weather recorded to have greater variation than the other seasons. The temperature in Sydney can range between 23 to 45 degrees in summer, whereas winters are often around 9 degrees centigrade. The rainy season usually happens in early autumn during the season transition. For the comfort of your journey, winter and spring may be more suitable to visit Sydney as the weather is mild and predictable compared to the rest of the year.
Bancasi Airport – Bancasi Airport is the main airport in Agusan del Norte province serving Butuan City. The airport can handle up to 700,000 passengers annually. Currently, three airlines in operation at Bancasi Airport which are Cebu Pacific, Cebgo and PAL Express. These airlines travel to Cebu and Manila.
Sydney Airport – Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, also known as Sydney Airport, is the busiest airport in Australia and one of the longest-serving commercial airport in the world. This international airport primarily serves Sydney and surrounding cities. More than 44 million passengers travel through Sydney Airport annually. To date, the airport serves direct flights to about 90 domestic and international destinations. Among the airlines that are operating in Sydney Airport are Qantas, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. There are three terminals within the airport. Terminal 1 is also known as International Terminal, dedicated for international flights. Terminal 2 and 3 majorly serves for domestic flights. From the airport, passengers can reach the city via Airport Link train services, public buses and taxis.
Sydney experiences a humid subtropical climate with mild winter weather. Snowfall is rare to none in Sydney. However, frosts are quite common in chilly winter mornings, especially in the suburbs. Weather is also significantly drier in winter compared to the rest of the year. Summer, on the other hand, is warm around 23 degrees centigrade on average. However, the city is also susceptible to extreme heat due to the El-Nino and urban heat island effect, causing the temperature to rise as high as 45 degrees centigrade. Rainfall is often heavier during the transitional seasons between summer and autumn.