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Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) - Articles and news items

Creating the ‘world’s most liveable airport’

Airport Extra, Z homepage promo  •  28 September 2016  •  Andrew Brodie, Brisbane Airport Corporation’s General Manager Aviation and Retail Management

Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, Australia’s ‘Sunshine State’, boasts a laid-back lifestyle and stunning outdoor landscape so, when its International Terminal was ready for redevelopment, capturing the sense of place was as important as operational efficiency...

Qantas celebrates 80 years of international service from Brisbane Airport

Airport news  •  17 April 2015  •  Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport Corporation congratulates Qantas Airways on 80 years of continuous international operations from Brisbane Airport (BNE)...

Brisbane Airport launches trial of Digital Departure Cards

Airport news  •  26 March 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Brisbane Airport has announced the trial of Australia’s first Digital Departure Card for international passengers.

BNE achieves ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation

Airport news  •  15 January 2015  •  Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport Corporation’s effort in managing its carbon emissions and operating Brisbane Airport in an environmentally sustainable manner has been officially recognised with Airports Council International presenting BAC with a Level 1 Mapping Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate...

$45 million BNE terminal redevelopment kicks off

Airport news  •  11 February 2014  •  Brisbane Airport Corporation

Brisbane Airport Corporation’s $45-million International Terminal redevelopment kicks off this week with the project to be delivered in stages to ensure day to day operations continue as per usual...

International travels bounces back at BNE in 2013

Airport news  •  21 January 2014  •  Brisbane Airport Corporation

2013 proved to be another record-breaking year for Brisbane Airport with more than 21.8 million passengers travelling through its terminals...

The key to Australia

Issue 5 2012  •  2 October 2012  •  Julieanne Alroe, CEO and Managing Director, Brisbane Airport Corporation

Brisbane Airport is the third largest airport in Australia on passenger numbers and the premier gateway to the state of Queensland. Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it is Australia’s largest capital city airport (by land size) and has two major terminals providing services to 27 airlines flying to 43 national and 29 international destinations. In the last financial year (2011/12), Brisbane Airport welcomed more than 21 million passengers, nearly the equivalent of the entire population of Australia, through its terminals.Brisbane Airport is operated by Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), a proud, private, nonlisted Queensland company, helping employ thousands of Queenslanders and creating economic benefits nation-wide.To meet growing passenger demand, BAC is funding over $2.5 billion worth of infrastructure over the next 10 years, including a new parallel runway, a new multi-level car park and walkway facilities, road terminal expansions, road upgrades and a number of new commercial buildings.

New Airport Watch program launched at Brisbane Airport

Airport news  •  24 July 2012  •  Brisbane Airport Corporation

The Australian Federal Police and the Brisbane Airport Corporation have welcomed the roll out of the national ‘Airport Watch’ initiative...

New QantasLink gate lounge opens at BNE Domestic

Airport news  •  3 July 2012  •  Brisbane Airport Corporation

BAC congratulated QantasLink on the opening of its new gate lounge facility at the Domestic Terminal which was officially unveiled...

Brisbane’s Airport City set to soar

Issue 2 2007, Past issues  •  3 April 2007  •  Otto Ambagtsheer, General Manager Commercial Services, Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Ltd

South East Queensland is in the midst of an unprecedented population boom. An additional one million people are expected to call the region home over the next two decades. At the same time more international visitors than ever before are choosing Brisbane as their preferred Australian destination.

From city airport to airport city

Issue 2 2006, Past issues  •  16 June 2006  •  Koen Roojimans, Brisbane Airport Corporation, Managing Director and CEO

With the population of south east Queensland on the rise and the region becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination – over 16 million people are travelling through Brisbane Airport every year – now is the time to lock in the benefits of growth by investing in the future, explains Koen Roojimans.


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