Melbourne to Seattle By Air freight, Cargo ship or Road

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

Melbourne to Seattle by Air freight

The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Seattle by plane will take about 1 day 22h and departs from Melbourne International Airport (MEL) and arrives into Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA). There are flights departing 1-2 times a day on this route. United Airlines is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with flights departing every 1-2 days.

Quickest air route

Melbourne International Airport to Seattle Tacoma International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

1 day 22h

1-2 times a day

13,794 km

8,571 mi.

1 transfer

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: UAUnited Airlines
Every 1-2 daysBoeing 787-9+3 others
Carrier Identifier: JLJapan Airlines
Every 1-2 weeksBoeing 787-8
Carrier Identifier: SQSingapore Airlines
Every 1-2 weeksAirbus A350-900
Carrier Identifier: QRQatar Airways
1-2 times a weekBoeing 777-300ER+1 others
Carrier Identifier: EKEmirates
1-2 times a weekAirbus A380+1 others
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Most frequent

Melbourne International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport

Departs from

Departs from

2 days 9h

2-4 times a day

14,617 km

9,082 mi.

Direct

No stops

Operating carriersDepartsAircraft types
Carrier Identifier: UAUnited Airlines
Every 1-2 daysBoeing 787-9
Carrier Identifier: QFQantasF
Every 1-2 daysBoeing 787-9+8 others
Carrier Identifier: NZAir New Zealand
1-2 times a weekBoeing 777-300ER
Carrier Identifier: PRPhilippine Airlines
Every 2-4 weeksAirbus A330-300+2 others
Carrier Identifier: CIChina Airlines
Every 2-4 weeksAirbus A350-900+3 others
Carrier Identifier: MFXiamen Air
Every 2-4 weeksBoeing 787-9
Carrier Identifier: SQSingapore Airlines
2-4 times a weekAirbus A350-900
Carrier Identifier: MUChina Eastern Airlines
1-2 times a weekAirbus A330-300
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Melbourne to Seattle by Container ship

The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Seattle by ship will take about 39 days 1h and departs from Melbourne (AUMEL) and arrives into Vancouver (CAVAN). There are ships departing every 1-2 weeks on this route. Hapag-Lloyd is one of the carriers that operates regular services on this route with ships departing every 2-4 weeks.

Quickest ocean route

Melbourne to Vancouver

Port of loading

Port of loading

39 days 1h

Every 1-2 weeks

19,251 km

11,962 mi.

1 transfer

1 stop

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: HLCUHapag-Lloyd
Every 2-4 weeksCHARLOTTE SCHULTE+2 others
Carrier Identifier: ONEYONE
Every 2-4 weeksWIDE HOTEL+1 others
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Closest seaports

Melbourne to Seattle

Port of loading

Port of loading

55 days 12h

Every 2-4 weeks

22,286 km

13,848 mi.

2 transfers

2 stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: HLCUHapag-Lloyd
Every 2-4 weeksCHARLOTTE SCHULTE+2 others
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Most frequent

Melbourne to Tacoma

Port of loading

Port of loading

43 days 17h

Every 1-2 weeks

19,365 km

12,033 mi.

1 transfer

2 stops

Operating carriersDepartsVessels
Carrier Identifier: ONEYONE
Every 2-4 weeksWIDE HOTEL+1 others
Carrier Identifier: HLCUHapag-Lloyd
Every 2-4 weeksCHARLOTTE SCHULTE+1 others
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