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Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport Fresh, clean and inviting, Brisbane offers visitors the best of both worlds - a modern, dynamic and sophisticated city and the gateway to South-East Queensland's most spectacular natural attractions. Brisbane is a major hub for international air services providing regular links for travellers from the USA, New Zealand, Asian and European ports. Brisbane Airport is the largest airport in land area of all Australian Airports.

Brisbane Airport Corporation

  • Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is an Australian Company which operates Brisbane Airport under a 99-year lease from the Commonwealth Government
  • BAC is owned by Commonwealth Financial Services (CBA's fund management arm), Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Port of Brisbane Corporation, Brisbane City Council, and other financial institutions, mostly superannuation funds.
  • BAC paid $1.4 billion for ownership of Australia's largest (in size) capital city airport.
Brisbane Airport facts
  • Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is the private owner and operator of Brisbane Airport. BAC is a partner in a number of major regional initiatives including:
  • Australia TradeCoast - BAC has forged close partnerships with the Queensland Government, Brisbane City Council and the Port of Brisbane Corporation to create a massive new location for international business trading through Asia. It is Australia's most exciting economic development area with an international airport, major seaport and freeway network within clear view of each other. Australia TradeCoast gives international traders a distinct competitive edge.
  • 2002 Australian Airport of the Year - Brisbane was named Major Australian Airport of the Year at the prestigious Australian Airports Association annual awards. The award recognises BAC's involvement in many outstanding partnership initiatives, heavy investment in world-class aviation and passenger infrastructure and strategic growth of Brisbane Airport from a city airport into Brisbane Airport City.
  • Brisbane Airport commercial hub - Australia's largest on-airport mixed-use commercial development zone and the most exciting business location in the country. A network of seven integrated and master planned development precincts occupying 1000 hectares of Brisbane Airport's total 2,700 hectare site. Each precinct is earmarked for specific uses.
  • Number 1 Airport Drive (80 hectares) - Works to develop an exclusive business, tourism, retail, entertainment and leisure precinct are underway. This precinct will become the town centre for Australia TradeCoast.
  • Export Park (280 hectares) - Home to international airfreight handling, commercial offices and warehouse and distribution facilities
  • Aerotech Park (200 hectares) - Australia's largest master planned specialised aircraft and aerospace production and maintenance hub
  • Airport Industrial Park (100 hectares) - Works to develop a specialised industrial precinct for wide ranging commercial use will begin in 2005
  • Banksia Place (210 hectares) - Commercial office and aviation and industry support location
  • Brisbane International - Terminal, corporate office, duty-free retail
  • Brisbane Domestic - Terminal corporate office
  • Brisbane Airport Business Community - Among the 130 companies choosing to locate at the Asia Pacific Region's premier business address are Airservices Australia, Aviation Australia Training Centre of Excellence, Australian Customs Service, Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, Black & White Cabs, BAC, Cellnet Telecommunications, Crazy Clark's, DHL, European Aeronautical and Defence Space Company, Exel Global Logistics, National Jet Systems, Nuance Global Traders, Qantas Airways, Smiths Aerospace, the Sandvik group , TNT Australia and Virgin Blue Airlines.
Brisbane Airport Office hours: 8.30am to 5.00pm - Monday to Friday

Brisbane Airport Corporation Limited
ABN: 54 076 870 650
ACN: 076 870 650

Location address: Banksia Place, Brisbane Airport, Queensland 4007, Australia

Postal address: P. O. Box 61, Hamilton Central, Queensland 4007, Australia

Telephone: +61 7 3406 3000

Facsimile: +61 7 3406 3111

Email: info at bne com au

URL: Brisbane Airport


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General Info
Country Australia
ICAO ID YBBN
Time UTC+10
Latitude -27.384167
27° 23' 03.00" S
Longitude 153.117500
153° 07' 03.00" E
Elevation 13 feet
4 meters
Type Civil
Magnetic Variation 011° E (01/04)
Beacon Yes
Operating Agency CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)
International Clearance Status Airport of Entry


Communications
TWR 120.5
GND 121.7
BRISBANE RADAR 125.7
CLNC DEL 118.6
ATIS 113.2
125.5
APP/DEP 124.35
124.7
125.6
Communications Remarks  
A/D (124.35 124.7 within 30 NM of Brisbane NW of extn Rwy 01-19 cntrline) (125.6 within 30 NM of Brisbane SE of extn rwy 01-19 cntrline).


Runways
ID Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
01/19 11680 x 148 feet
3560 x 45 meters
ASPHALT 108FDWU YES
14/32 5577 x 98 feet
1700 x 30 meters
ASPHALT 015FAYT NO


Navaids
Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
VOR-DME BN BRISBANE 079X 113.2 1.6 NM 215.4
NDB BN BRISBANE - 302 1.7 NM 026.8


Supplies/Equipment
Fuel Jet A1, without icing nhibitor.

100/130 MIL Spec, low lead, aviation gasoline (BLUE)


Remarks
CAUTION Bird haz. Due excessive B777-300 wheelbase, normal safety edge margin not avbl twys Rwy 01-19.
FUEL A1 (Australian Air Support Svc) Fone C61 7 3860 4647 (NC-100LL)
MISC Rwy 01-19 grooved the first 328' each end. Ldg fees.
NS ABTMT See FLIP PLANNING AP/3.
RSTD Rwy 14/32 no 180 turns B737 and abv. Rwy 01/19 no 180 turns B27 and abv.

Runway 01/19

11680 x 148 feet
3560 x 45 meters



Runway 01
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 026.0
Latitude -27.403858
27° 24' 13.89" S
Longitude 153.117728
153° 07' 03.82" E
Elevation 13.0 feet
4 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 11483 feet
3500 meters
Takeoff Distance 11876 feet
3620 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 197 feet
60 meters
Overrun Length 196 feet
60 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System CL
HIRL
REIL
J
VA

Runway 19
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 206.0
Latitude -27.375278
27° 22' 31.00" S
Longitude 153.134167
153° 08' 03.00" E
Elevation 13.0 feet
4 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 11680 feet
3560 meters
Takeoff Distance 11877 feet
3620 meters
Overrun Length 197 feet
60 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System TDZL
CL
HIRL
J
VA

Runway 14/32

5577 x 98 feet
1700 x 30 meters



Runway 14
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 147.0
Latitude -27.357778
27° 21' 28.00" S
Longitude 153.123611
153° 07' 25.00" E
Elevation 12.0 feet
4 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 5380 feet
1640 meters
Takeoff Distance 5577 feet
1700 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 197 feet
60 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System MIRL
VA

Runway 32
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 327.0
Latitude -27.370556
27° 22' 14.00" S
Longitude 153.133061
153° 07' 59.02" E
Elevation 11.0 feet
3 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 5380 feet
1640 meters
Takeoff Distance 5577 feet
1700 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 197 feet
60 meters
Overrun Surface ASPHALT
Lighting System MIRL
VA

Navaids



BRISBANE
Type ID Channel Freq Country State
NDB BN - 302 Australia -
Latitude Longitude Airport
-27.406389
27° 24' 23.00" S
153.098056
153° 05' 53.00" E
YBBN


BRISBANE
Type ID Channel Freq Country State
VOR-DME BN 079X 113.2 Australia -
Latitude Longitude Airport
-27.365833
27° 21' 57.00" S
153.139167
153° 08' 21.00" E
YBBN


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