BNE departures today
- Brisbane International Airport
- 11 The Circuit
- Queensland 4007
Telephone, fax, email
- Telephone: +61 (0) 7 3406 3000
- Fax: +61 (0) 7 3406 3111
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- IATA airport code: BNE
- ICAO airport code: YBBN
About Brisbane International Airport departures
Brisbane Airport is located 11 miles from the center of the city. It takes around 20 minutes by car.
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 and Virgin and in the middle a central area. After check-in you go through security for the BNE departures where the gates are for boarding.
Brisbane domestic airport departures hall
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 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.
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 flight destinations
Since Corona Australia is in a lockdown. There are 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 Sydney, Cairns, Melbourne, Adelaide, Mackay, Newcastle, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Emerald, Mount Isa, Proserpine, Moranbah, Hamilton Island, Townsville, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Roma, Port Moresby, Wellcamp.