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|Quoting Pilottim747 (Reply 4):|
Maybe because Aussies want to show off how much extra land they've got.
|Quoting Samurai 777 (Reply 1):|
It might have had to do with federal rules regarding airport construction in Australia in the past.
|Quoting Bill142 (Reply 10):|
Transfering from domestic to international at syd is a non issue unless your on DJ. Qantas offer a bus service which you can check in your luggage on the international side for your domestic flight. And unless your international airline dosn't have an interline agreeemnet with Qantas there is no need to re check baggage once you arrive in the international terminal. Just jump in the domestic transfer line and collect your boarding passes and away you go.
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