The flight checks, undertaken on the afternoon of the 23 May 2020, are in preparation for the opening of Brisbane Airport's new runway on 12 July 2020.
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International Airport Review spoke to Brisbane Airport to hear how the airport team developed and launched a full online marketplace in just 16 days.
Brisbane Airport Corporation’s CEO, Gert-Jan de Graaff, said the end of the runway project marks just the beginning for Brisbane Airport.
As the COVID-19 pandemic causes severe drops in passenger traffic, Brisbane Airport Corporation has developed an online marketplace for Brisbane Airport retailers to limit the financial impacts of the global crisis.
By trialling the BAC Canine Program, Brisbane Airport hopes to ensure the safety of aircraft at the airport and reduce the risk of wildlife strikes.
Gert-Jan de Graaff, CEO of Brisbane Airport Corporation, highlights the importance of communicating with an airport’s local community.
Construction of the new runway has been ongoing for eight years, and represents one of the most significant projects in Brisbane Airport's history.
Scott Douglas has been appointed new Executive General Manager, Property, of Brisbane Airport Corporation from August 2019.
Low-cost airline, AirAsia, has announced it will operate its first-ever Australian service from Bangkok to Brisbane, from the 25 June 2019.
The new facilities provide increased aircraft docking and parking space, as well as improved passenger experience and processing efficiency aimed at catering for future growth.
The head of the only privately owned terminal at New York's JFK airport has been headhunted to move to the opposite side of the world.
Brisbane Airport operates 24/7, so resurfacing one of the world's busiest single runways while still catering for 60,000 passengers and 600 aircraft a day in 2016 was one of the most complex, high-pressure projects ever undertaken by Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC). To honour the huge scale and complexity of this…
More than 5.6million international passengers passed through Brisbane Airport between July 1 2016 and June 30 this year, representing a seven per cent increase and the greatest growth for the Australian airport in a decade.