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Belgium

Melbourne to Ghent

By Air freight, Cargo ship or Road

See the best way to ship your freight from Melbourne, Australia to Ghent, Belgium by various transport modes including Air, Sea and Road. Compare freight rates, transit times, route options and much more.

Melbourne to Ghent by Air freight

The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Ghent by plane will take about 2 days 3h and departs from Melbourne International Airport (MEL) and arrives into Brussels Airport (BRU). There are flights departing 1-2 times a day on this route. Emirates is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with flights departing 1-2 times a day.

Quickest air route

Melbourne International Airport to Brussels Airport

Departs from

Arrives at

2 days 3h
1-2 times a day
1 x transfer

Shipment overview

Operating carrierFrequencyAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: EKEmirates
1-2 times a dayWidebody

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Melbourne to Ghent by Container ship

The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Ghent by ship will take about 39 days 4h and departs from Sydney (AUSYD) and arrives into Rotterdam (NLRTM). There are boats departing every 2-4 weeks on this route. MSC-Medite is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with boats departing every 2-4 weeks.

Quickest ocean route

Sydney to Rotterdam

Port of loading

Port of discharge

39 days 4h
Every 2-4 weeks
1 x transfer

Shipment overview

Operating carrierFrequencyVessels
Carrier Identifier: MSCUMSC-Medite
Every 2-4 weeksMSC ASTRID+1 more

Closest seaports

Sydney to Zeebrugge

Port of loading

Port of discharge

41 days
Every 2-4 weeks
1 x transfer

Shipment overview

Operating carrierFrequencyVessels
Carrier Identifier: MSCUMSC-Medite
Every 2-4 weeksMSC ASTRID+1 more

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