Brisbane Airport Arrivals

BNE arrivals today

About Brisbane International Airport arrivals

Brisbane Airport (IATA abbreviation: BNE), is Australia’s third busiest airport after Sydney and Melbourne. The airport had more than 24 million passengers in 2019 (100 thousand Brisbane arrivals by aircraft) and 7,8 million in 2020. With more than a dozen national and over 40 international BNE airport arrivals, Brisbane Airport is an important gateway to Australia. It is the home of Virgin Australia, and an important base for Qantas and Jetstar. Travelers from Europe reach Brisbane often with a transfer in Asia like Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.

International terminal arrivals hall

Brisbane arrivals hall international terminal

There is a terminal for domestic Brisbane flight arrivals and a terminal for international flights arrivals. This does not mean that every domestic flight departs from the ‘domestic terminal’ and vice versa. The terminals are 3 kilometres apart and can be reached by an AirTrain. This train costs AUD 5, but is free for transferring passengers from Qantas and Virgin Australia. The train has every 15 minutes Brisbane international airport arrivals.

There is also the Tbus that runs between the terminals for the same price. Other than the train and bus service, the taxi (from 7:30 pm to 5:30 pm) is the only option.

Brisbane Airport routes

Most Brisbane domestic airport arrivals are coming from Sydney Airport. Interesting to see that there is quite a big grow. For departure, check the Brisbane departures page. At rank 2 is Melbourne Airport followed by Cairns, Townsville, Perth, Adelaide, Mackay and Canberra.

Brisbane Airport arrivals Busiest domestic routes

Passenger statistics, destinations and airlines

Brisbane international arrivals are decreased -78,4% in 2020. Most of the international routes are on hold or cancelled. Pre pandemic most Brisbane arrivals internationally came from Auckland, Singapore-Changi, Dubai, Denpasar, Hong Kong, Christchurch, Los Angeles, Taipei, Nadi and Port Moresby. Many of these flights are flown by Virgin and Qantas but also Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, EVA Air, Emirates, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand, Air Niugini.