Brisbane Airport Arrivals (BNE)
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Flight Arrivals at Brisbane Airport
Brisbane Airport serves the city of Brisbane and Queensland. The airport is only 13 km from Brisbane and linked to the city by Airtrains and buses. Taxi ranks are located just outside the International and Domestic terminals, and car rental companies have desks at both terminals too.
Some 31 airlines fly in and out of Brisbane Airport, offering around 50 domestic and 29 international destinations. The International Terminal has four levels. Arrivals is located on Level 2. The Domestic Terminal has two levels with three satellite arms extending beyond the building. This terminal is currently undergoing redevelopment and won't be fully completed until late 2020.
Both terminals offer passengers plenty of dining and shopping outlets and also currency exchange, airport lounges for relaxation and nearby airport hotels. Lotte Duty Free Shopping is located before inbound passport control in Arrivals and after passport control in Departures. Shopping and services include magazines and newspapers, last minute travelers needs, cosmetics, a hairdressing saloon, a shop selling Australian produce only and Travelex stores selling up to 60 currencies in-store and prepaid travel cards and SIM cards. At the International Terminal, the currency exchange outlet is located on Level 2.
Arriving at Brisbane Airport
Onboard the aircraft you will be issued with an orange Incoming Passenger Card, which all travelers, including Australians arriving at Brisbane Airport, must complete. The information contained in this card will show your personal details, details about your visit and will tell you about Quarantine and Customs requirements.
At Brisbane Airport the Airtrain system offers passengers a quick transfer into Brisbane city, where trains stop at Central Train Station. Airtrains also provide express services to the Gold Coast and link into the Queensland Rail Suburban Network for onward travel. Airtrains run every 15 minutes during peak times and every 30 minutes at off-peak times.
Tickets can be purchased at Airtrain desks located at the terminals or at Airtrain stations or online at https://translink.com.au or www.airtrain.com.au. Buying in advance saves money on the AU$19.00 fare to Central Train Station, taking the ticket price to just AU$16.15 per person. Children aged 5 to 14 travel free, when accompanied by a fare-paying adult.
Airtrain stations are located within a short walk on the travellator or can be accessed via Skywalk. At the International Terminal passengers should take the travellator or lift to Level 3 and follow signs to the Airtrain station. At the Domestic Terminal passengers should proceed to the front of the building and take Skywalk across to the Airtrain station.
Weekdays Airtrains run from 05.04 am to 10.04 pm; on Saturdays and Sundays Airtrains run from 06.04 am to 10.04 pm
Car rental at Brisbane Airport:
Includes Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty. At the Domestic Terminal car rental is located on Level 1, near baggage reclaim, and at the International Terminal car hire companies are located on Level 2, behind Spoon Cafe.
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