Brisbane to Catania By Air freight, Cargo ship or Road

See the best way to ship your freight from Brisbane, Australia to Catania, Italy by various transport modes including Air, Sea and Road. Compare transit times, emissions, route options and much more.

Brisbane to Catania by Air freight

The quickest way to get from Brisbane to Catania by plane will take about 2 days 21h and departs from Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD) and arrives into Falcone–Borsellino Airport (PMO). There are flights departing every 4-6 weeks on this route. British Airways is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with flights departing every 4-6 weeks.

Quickest air route

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport to Falcone–Borsellino Airport

Departs from

Departs from

2 days 21h

Every 4-6 weeks

20,002 km

12,429 mi.

1 transfer

1 stop

Estimated emissions

654kg CO₂ (per 100kg)

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: BABritish Airways
Every 4-6 weeksBoeing 787-9+3 others
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Brisbane to Catania by Container ship

The quickest way to get from Brisbane to Catania by ship will take about 63 days 22h and departs from Gladstone (AUGLT) and arrives into Augusta (ITAUG). There are vessels departing n/a on this route.

Quickest ocean route

Gladstone to Augusta

Port of loading

Port of loading

63 days 22h

N/A

21,548 km

13,389 mi.

Direct

No stops

Estimated emissions

1.59t CO₂ (per TEU)

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