Brisbane Airport Departures

Brisbane International Airport

Contact address

  • 11 The Circuit
  • Queensland 4007, Australia

Telephone, fax, email

  • Telephone: +61 (0) 7 3406 3000
  • Fax: +61 (0) 7 3406 3111
  • Email: info@bne.com.au
  • Website: bne.com.au

Airport codes

  • IATA airport code: BNE
  • ICAO airport code: YBBN

BNE departures today

Schedule Time Estimated Time Destination Airline Flight Terminal Status
22:00 Los Angeles (LAX) Qantas QF15 I scheduled
22:15 22:15 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas Freight QF7335 estimated
22:45 22:20 Sunshine Coast (MCY) estimated
23:00 22:20 Melbourne (MEL) Airwork TFX403 estimated
23:25 22:25 Singapore (SIN) Singapore Airlines SQ246 I estimated
23:40 22:25 Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) VietJet Air VJ84 I estimated
23:45 22:25 Rockhampton (ROK) estimated
00:10 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF7404 scheduled
00:10 22:25 Sydney (SYD) StarTrack NC7404 estimated
00:10 22:20 Melbourne (MEL) Toll Aviation TFX42 estimated
00:20 Perth (PER) Qantas QF7396 scheduled
00:45 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF7305 scheduled
01:15 Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF7338 scheduled
01:15 Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF7483 scheduled
01:55 01:55 Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK431 I estimated
02:35 Rockhampton (ROK) Qantas QF7421 scheduled
04:35 Townsville (TSV) Qantas QF7332 scheduled
05:00 05:00 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF501 D estimated
05:10 05:10 Dalby (DBY) estimated
05:15 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA904 D scheduled
05:25 05:25 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF503 D estimated
05:30 The Granites (GTS) Alliance Airlines QQ4821 D scheduled
05:30 05:30 Thangool (THG) estimated
05:55 Trepell (TQP) Alliance Airlines QQ8860 D scheduled
06:00 06:00 Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF1927 D estimated
06:00 06:00 Mackay (MKY) Qantas QF1940 D estimated
06:00 06:00 Newcastle (NTL) Jetstar JQ483 D estimated
06:00 06:00 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF609 D estimated
06:05 06:05 Cairns (CNS) Qantas QF1872 D estimated
06:05 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA306 D scheduled
06:05 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA908 D scheduled
06:05 06:05 Emerald (EMD) Qantas QF2402 D estimated
06:05 06:05 Moranbah (MOV) Qantas QF2454 D estimated
06:05 06:05 Moranbah (MOV) estimated
06:10 06:10 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF505 D estimated
06:10 06:10 Rockhampton (ROK) Qantas QF1980 D estimated
06:10 06:10 Gladstone (GLT) Qantas QF2342 D estimated
06:10 Cairns (CNS) Virgin Australia VA771 D scheduled
06:10 Canberra (CBR) Alliance Airlines VA1206 D scheduled
06:10 Townsville (TSV) Virgin Australia VA361 D scheduled
06:10 Mackay (MKY) Alliance Airlines VA601 D scheduled
06:10 06:10 Sydney (SYD) Jetstar JQ811 D estimated
06:15 06:15 Canberra (CBR) Qantas QF1901 D estimated
06:15 Adelaide (ADL) Virgin Australia VA1384 D scheduled
06:15 06:15 Perth (PER) Qantas QF933 D estimated
06:15 06:15 Maryborough (MBH) estimated
06:30 06:30 Auckland (AKL) Jetstar JQ147 I estimated
06:30 06:30 Mount Isa (ISA) Qantas QF1076 D estimated
06:35 06:35 Townsville (TSV) Qantas QF1920 D estimated
06:35 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA912 D scheduled
06:40 06:40 Townsville (TSV) Jetstar JQ904 D estimated
06:45 Port Moresby (POM) Air Niugini PX4006 I scheduled
06:50 06:50 Sunshine Coast (MCY) estimated
06:55 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA308 D scheduled
07:00 07:00 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF611 D estimated
07:00 07:00 Denpasar (DPS) Jetstar JQ57 D estimated
07:00 07:00 Melbourne (MEL) Jetstar JQ563 D estimated
07:00 Denpasar (DPS) Batik Air Malaysia OD158 I scheduled
07:00 Sydney (SYD) Rex ZL309 D scheduled
07:00 07:00 Roma (RMA) Rex ZL5716 D estimated
07:00 Emerald (EMD) Alliance Airlines QQ3370 D scheduled
07:00 Cairns (CNS) Virgin Australia VA9549 D scheduled
07:05 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA916 D scheduled
07:10 07:10 Darwin (DRW) Qantas QF1860 D estimated
07:15 07:15 Hobart (HBA) Jetstar JQ759 D estimated
07:15 07:15 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF509 D estimated
07:30 07:30 Mackay (MKY) Qantas QF988 D estimated
07:35 07:35 Moranbah (MOV) Qantas QF2456 D estimated
07:35 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA920 D scheduled
07:35 07:35 Sydney (SYD) Jetstar JQ813 D estimated
07:35 Moranbah (MOV) Alliance Airlines QQ8460 D scheduled
07:40 07:40 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF511 D estimated
07:50 Inverell (IVR) FC7172 D scheduled
07:55 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA314 D scheduled
08:00 Dubbo (DBO) FC9134 D scheduled
08:00 08:00 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF613 D estimated
08:00 Melbourne (MEL) Rex ZL223 D scheduled
08:00 08:00 Toowoomba (WTB) Rex ZL5662 D estimated
08:00 Nauru (INU) Nauru Airlines ON400 scheduled
08:00 Moranbah (MOV) Alliance Airlines QQ8462 D scheduled
08:00 08:00 Dubbo (DBO) estimated
08:05 Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA924 D scheduled
08:10 Bundaberg (BDB) FC453 D scheduled
08:15 08:15 Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF513 D estimated
08:15 08:15 Newcastle (NTL) Qantas QF2421 D estimated
08:20 Wellington (WLG) Air New Zealand NZ272 I scheduled
08:20 Moranbah (MOV) Alliance Airlines QQ2834 D scheduled
08:30 08:30 Canberra (CBR) Qantas QF1903 D estimated
08:30 08:30 Wagga Wagga (WGA) Qantas QF2362 D estimated
08:30 Wollongong (WOL) FC251 D scheduled
08:30 Auckland (AKL) Air New Zealand NZ142 I scheduled
08:30 08:30 Rockhampton (ROK) Qantas QF2360 D estimated
08:30 Sydney (SYD) Rex ZL325 D scheduled
08:40 Cairns (CNS) Virgin Australia VA775 D scheduled
08:40 Seoul (ICN) Korean Air KE408 I scheduled
08:40 08:40 Hervey Bay (HVB) Qantas QF2374 D estimated
08:45 Adelaide (ADL) Virgin Australia VA1388 D scheduled
08:45 08:45 Bundaberg (BDB) Qantas QF2320 D estimated
08:45 08:45 Gladstone (GLT) National Jet Express NC392 estimated
08:50 Townsville (TSV) Alliance Airlines VA367 D scheduled

About Brisbane International Airport departures

Brisbane Airport is located 11 miles from the center of the city. It is an airport that operates day and night. There are two main terminals with 2 runways of 3,300 and 3,500 meters. There are a couple of boxes of airlines with around 50 domestic flight routes and 20 international routes. It is one of the largest airports in Australia with 24 million passengers annually. It has also won the ‘Best Airport’ in Australia/Pacific by Skytrax several times. There are also hundreds of companies that provide more than 20,000 jobs. Most flights are operated by Qantas, Virgin, Link Airways, Rex, and Jetstar.

History

In the year 1922 the idea came from Johnston to create an Aerodrome. A 32-acre piece of land was acquired near Schneider Rd. It was called Eagle Farm Airport. At the end of the year, the first Brisbane departure was a fact. The official opening was not until 1925. Several solo flights landed from Fiji and even from Britain. During World War II, the airfield was seized by the RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force). The grassy runways were replaced by a harder surface by the US to allow military flights. After the war it became a principal airport for Brisbane.

The airport gradually expanded to 4,000 acres of land and three terminals for domestic and international services. To meet the increasing demand for flights, a piece of land was purchased next to the former location, which is now the current Brisbane Airport. The final opening was in 1988 by Prime Minister Bob Hawke. The last Brisbane departures at the old airport took place a day later to transfer directly. Work was started almost immediately on a new terminal especially for international air transport. This terminal was opened in 1995. This and the other terminal have been renovated many times. A car park has also been made through the hair and innovations to the runways.

Brisbane airport ground transportation

Taxis are widely used to travel further when you arrive at the airport. The taxis are available 24/7 in front of the terminal to travel directly to your final destination. This is at the domestic terminal just in front of the building and at the international terminal on level 2. It costs about $50 to travel to the city center which takes about 20 minutes.

You could also travel by Airtrain. There are Brisbane departures every 15 minutes to the center where you can be in 20 minutes. Outside peak hours, an Airtrain runs every 30 minutes. The Airtrain station is on Level 3 near the international terminal and at the domestic terminal in front of the building. You can also only use this mode of transport if you want to travel between the terminals. This costs $5.

If you want to travel cheaper than the official taxi, you can use a Ride Share. Use the app of the company you want to travel with and they will be waiting for you in front of one of the two terminals.

Then you can also travel by bus. The company Con-x-ion offers a bus service to many locations in Brisbane city as well as the Sunshine and Gold Coast. A Skybus is also available for travel. This is a City Express shuttle bus with a fast connection to the city.

Terminals at Brisbane Airport

The airport has 2 terminals, an international terminal and a Brisbane domestic departures terminal. The domestic terminal has the Brisbane flight departures on Level 1 and the check-in counters with special areas for Qantas (north) and Virgin (south) and in the middle a central area for other airlines. After check-in you go through security for the BNE departures where the gates are for boarding.

Brisbane domestic airport departures hall

Brisbane Departures domestic terminal map

The Brisbane international airport departures terminal has 4 levels. Level 1 for offices / services. Level 2 for the arrival area. From here you can also go to the domestic terminal. Level 3 is the departures lounge and train station. Level 4 is for the international Brisbane Airport departures. Check-in is also at this level.

Brisbane international departures hall Level 4

(Level 1 is passenger Pick-up area, Car Park Access, Level 2 is arrival Hall, Car Rental, Terminal Transfer and Level 3 is Train Station Access).

Brisbane Airport BNE departures terminal hall Level 4

Brisbane Airport was reported as the fourth-best medium-sized airport for on-time arrivals and BNE airport departures. Even though a small decrease in passengers last year, the most popular route from Brisbane Airport is to the biggest city in New Zealand, called Auckland. The second and third most popular routes (Singapore and Dubai) are mainly used as hubs to Asia or Europe.

Brisbane Airport passengers statistics

In the year 2019, there were 24.1 million passengers at the airport. That is 2.1 percent more than the year before. There is actually in 2020 a big decrease of Brisbane departures. Only 7.8 million people traveled through this airport because of the pandemic. This is partly due to extra flights from AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Solomon Airlines, Royal Brunei and EVA AIR. Brisbane Airport wants to grow to 50 million passengers per year. There will be more Brisbane Airport departures due to the construction of a new runway in 2020.

Brisbane Airport departures Busiest international routes

Brisbane airport flight destinations

Since the pandemic Australia have been in a lock-down. There were hardly BNE departures from Brisbane Airport to the outside of Australia (still some to Auckland – New Zealand and Hong Kong for example). Therefor most Brisbane departures leave to the following cities:

  • Sydney
  • Cairns
  • Melbourne
  • Adelaide
  • Mackay
  • Newcastle
  • Gladstone
  • Rockhampton
  • Emerald
  • Mount Isa
  • Proserpine
  • Moranbah
  • Hamilton Island
  • Townsville
  • Canberra
  • Darwin
  • Hobart
  • Roma
  • Port Moresby
  • Wellcamp