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Direct (non-stop) flights from Houston to Sydney


IAHDeparture

IAH

George Bush Intcntl Houston, Houston, United States Terminal E

17h 35m, 8 645 miles
Plane
Skyscanner

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SYDDestination

SYD

Kingsford Smith International Airport, Sydney, Australia


Weekdays:
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Aircrafts:
Boeing 787-9
Airlines:
Flight time:
17h 35m
Route distance:
8 645 miles, 13910 km

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All flight schedules from George Bush Intcntl Houston, United States to Kingsford Smith International Airport, Australia. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is 22:40. The distance is 8645 miles.

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Airports fact and comparison

George Bush Intcntl Houston IAH

George Bush Intcntl Houston (IAH) is a large airport in United States. You can fly to 188 destinations with 29 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from George Bush Intcntl Houston

188
 

Number of airlines

31
 

Weekly departures

3922
 

Kingsford Smith International Airport SYD

Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD) is the largest airport in Australia and is based in Sydney. You can fly to 105 destinations with 49 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Kingsford Smith International Airport

103
 

Number of airlines

49
 

Weekly departures

2679
 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How long does a flight from Stockholm to Doha take, which airport is the busiest and to which terminal will I arrive? Here you can find answers to our most asked questions.

This long-haul flight from Houston (IAH) to Sydney (SYD) takes about 17 hours and 38 minutes.
There are 7 direct flights between Houston and Sydney every week.
The flight number is UA101 and it's operated by United Airlines.
From Houston you will fly out from George Bush Intcntl Houston (IAH) and you will be landing at Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD).
Boeing 787 Dreamliner flies this route operated by United Airlines.
United Airlines have non-stop flights to Sydney.
They will depart from terminal E.
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George Bush Intcntl Houston - destinations


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