Airport Terminal Information
The domestic terminal serves several airlines, including Qantas and Virgin Blue.
The international terminal serves many airlines, including Garuda Indonesia, Eva Air, Malaysia Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, China Airlines and Royal Brunei Airlines.
Brisbane Airport has two terminals, the International Terminal and the Domestic Terminal. Between them they serve a large number of airlines, which provide flights to many destinations.
Both terminals offer a variety of restaurants, bars, newsstands and shops. Foreign currency exchange services and ATMs are also available.
Although the terminals are situated two kilometres apart there is efficient transport between them. An elevated railway line connects the terminals and provides linkage with the city centre and elsewhere; numerous taxis are also available.
Both terminals offer convenient places for drivers to drop off or pick up passengers, though drivers may stop for no more than two minutes and must remain with their cars. For further details, see the Car Parking page.