Sydney Airport is the major airport serving Sydney, a state capital of
New South Wales. It is the busiest
airport in Australia. The airport is accessible by road and via the underground
rail line of Airport Link.
The railway stations locate under the International and Domestic Terminals,
and the railway is operated
as a part of the Cityrail network.
(L) A display in the cabin showing the aircraft is approaching to the Sydney
(M) A young man is smoking at the site of entrance to the Sydney air terminal.
(R) Forbidden clauses posted at the entrance to the air terminal buildings.
Adelaide Airport is the principal airport in the South Australian capital
of Adelaide and the Located next
to West Beach, it is approximately 6 kilometers from the city center.
Adelaide Airport and a Quantas Airline aircraft
(L) The city of Adelaide viewed from the international airport.
(R) A bar stands seen in the Adelaide airport terminal. No-smoking sign
was in the center of shop.
A sign plate of 'No Smoking Area' written in a small letter pasted on the
glass window of
the air terminal building.
Brisbane International Airport
Brisbane Airport in Queensland is the sole passenger airport serving Brisbane.
It is the third busiest in
Australia, after Sydney and Melbourne, and located in the suburb of the
city of Brisbane. The airport
has international and domestic passenger terminals and a cargo terminal.
Brisbane Airport is accessible
by the central business district by the Gateway Motorway and the Airtrain
rail service, which is linked
to the Citytrain suburban network.
(L) A notice to call passengers' attention to extinguish cigarettes at
the entrance of Brisbane international airport.
(R) This photo shows the Brisbane domestic airport station, the terminal
of Airtrain, Brisbane.
(L) The sign board shows the 4-meter restriction of smoking from the entrance
of the air terminal building.
(M) A smoke-free workplace sign plate is posted in the domestic airport
(R) A smoking is prohibited in the airport terminal buildings.
Smoking restriction of the world airports
A rainbow was seen from the site of Brisbane international airport terminal
The view of a Brisbane city center n the distance ( The center bottom of
this photo )
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The article was written and photographs were taken by Dr. J. Miyamoto,
in May 2007.