The internationally renowned Brisbane Airport is located less than 20 minutes’ drive from the heart of Brisbane city.
Brisbane is becoming more and more accessible each year, with new air routes opening up and construction underway on a $1.3 billion parallel runway that will see Brisbane Airport operate at the same capacity as Singapore and Hong Kong by 2020.
Each year the Brisbane Airport welcomes more than 21 million passengers through its terminals and will receive $2.5 billion in new infrastructure over the next 10 years to keep pace with passenger demand.
Brisbane Airport is a curfew-free facility that’s serviced by more than 30 airlines - including 29 direct international destinations and 40 domestic destinations.
Characterised by exceptional design, first-class facilities and the highest standards of customer service, the airport offers travellers the ultimate in ease and efficiency with both international and domestic terminals co-located just 12km from the CBD.
Delegates can quickly and easily access Brisbane city from the airport via the Airtrain, bus, taxi or hire car. For more information about airport transfers and Brisbane's public transport system click here.
Brisbane Airport manages more than 3300 flights per week and in excess of 19.7 million passengers per year.
As one of the world’s leading hubs for commercial and passenger flights, the airport offers global connections to a range of destinations including Singapore, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Dallas, Dubai and Vancouver.
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