Everything you need to know about flying in and out of Brisbane.
Brisbane Airport is one of Australia’s busiest international and domestic airports, with direct flights to dozens of destinations from the country and connections available to a handful more.
This quick guide will give you all the information you need regarding ground transport options, and airlines that fly into and out of the airport.
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Brisbane flight FAQs
Which carriers fly to Brisbane?
Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Tigerair and Regional Express Airlines all have flights to and from Brisbane airport.
Which are the closest airports to Brisbane?
Brisbane Airport is Brisbane’s main airport. Alternatively Gold Coast Airport is about 90 minutes from the city.
What airport transfer options are available?
Brisbane’s Airtrain offers convenient services between the airport, Brisbane city and the Gold Coast, as well as transfers between the domestic and international terminals. Airtrain operates every day between 5:45am and 10pm, and departs every 15 minutes during peak hour.
Car rental desks are available at all terminals. Alternatively, an Uber driver can pick you up from passenger pick-up areas, but they can’t park at regular taxi ranks. A taxi into the city centre costs $25–$30, and you can find one at designated taxi ranks outside the terminals.