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Old 26th September 2022, 05:19 PM
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Nauru island hopper is back from next month to both NAN from the 23rd and from the 16th to Tarawa/Majuro after Nauru.
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Old 3rd October 2022, 07:02 AM
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One of Batik Malaysia hybrid schemes at BNE last week.

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Old 10th October 2022, 06:20 AM
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The new Qantas services are set to begin on Thursday 1 December.

Qantas will deploy Airbus A330-300 aircraft on the route, capable of carrying up to 297 passengers.

Brisbane to Haneda services will operate Monday, Thursday and Saturday departing at 1150 and arriving 2000 in Haneda.

Flights will depart Haneda at 2130 on Monday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive in Brisbane at 0735.

https://newsroom.bne.com.au/konnichi...hts-returning/
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Old 10th October 2022, 07:29 AM
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Yes Mark thanks...I counted a possible maximum of around 56 new flights a week arriving and departing over our summer season.

Increases from QF,VA,JQ return of KE..Increases in OD,NZ,AC,PR,CI,BR,SB,ON,IE .Return of UA and new freight flights .

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Old 14th October 2022, 06:03 AM
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Brisbane Airport CEO expects a full domestic travel recovery in 2023

Posted by Jill Walsh | Oct 13, 2022 | Airport, Headline News | 0 |
Brisbane Airport CEO expects a full domestic travel recovery in 2023

Brisbane Airport ( BNE )“My biggest prediction is that, when passengers travel in 2032, they will be travelling through a completely new state-of-the-art Brisbane Airport, net zero, or even climate positive Scope 1 and 2, with new mass transport solutions to and from each terminal.” He says: “Travel – leisure and business combined – is now at about 90 per cent of pre-COVID levels and we believe that we will be back at 2019 levels in early 2023.

Airlines need time to restart – some countries are still closed or have restrictions – and we need to rebuild the confidence of passengers to get on flights again.

We are implementing upgrades to allow passengers to move directly from our multi-level car park into the security checkpoint, offering a streamlined entrance into the terminal.

International travel has also picked up at a slower pace than domestic travel.

In the next few years, passengers will also see significant upgrades in our domestic terminal.

Brisbane Airport also recently started rolling out new security screening equipment to streamline the process for international passengers.

Gert-Jan is among several key thought leaders that will offer invaluable advice, insights and forecasts for business and the travel industry as a whole at Flight Centre Corporate’s annual Illuminate conference on 20 October.

Fortunately, during COVID, we did make the conscious decision to not go to ‘rock bottom’ in terms of resourcing – we knew that the market would recover.

Ahead of his presentation, Gert-Jan reveals that Australia is very well positioned for a full recovery of its travel industry. The new equipment has a lot of advantages, namely, that passengers can keep laptops and liquids in their bags at security checkpoints. We are running out of domestic terminal capacity and will require additional international terminal capacity before the Games.

A lot of the corporates haven’t seen their customers and colleagues for the last two and a half years and they’re really keen to get on flights again, develop their businesses and seek new opportunities. The recovery of the leisure and corporate travel sectors.

Gert-Jan reveals that Brisbane Airport was able to shield itself from much of the capacity issues and disruptions at other domestic and overseas airports. Gert-Jan also says there are opportunities for the use of biometrics in other stages of the process at airports, for instance, during check-in.

Ahead of the Games, Gert-Jan says new terminals will be critical. A new baggage system will also be introduced, while self-service products and services, such as self-service check-in, are on the way.”

A new Brisbane Airport will take shape ahead of the 2032 Games. The forecast is part of his upcoming keynote presentation at Flight Centre Corporate’s free hybrid travel conference #Illuminate2022, which returns in person for the first time in three years.

They want to come to Australia and visit us for business and leisure. While Brisbane Airport is seeing fewer corporates flying, Gert-Jan believes they will return strongly next year.

Brisbane Airport CEO Gert-Jan de Graaff has forecasted the full recovery of Australia’s domestic travel industry in 2023. “What we are seeing now is that people really want to travel. “I’m foreseeing this level of implementation to occur in the next five to 10 years. We are planning to build a mezzanine where our new security checkpoint will be located.

Currently, we’re back to around 50 per cent of pre-COVID levels.” In his Illuminate presentation, Gert-Jan will also reveal some of the exciting changes at Brisbane Airport, as well as promising forecasts in the lead-up to the 2032 Brisbane Games. The complementary hybrid event will take place in person in Sydney’s Alexandria and will be live-streamed nationally for interstate attendees.
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Old 24th November 2022, 07:29 PM
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Bye bye MH

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Malaysia Airlines is to suspend flights to Brisbane from end-March 2023, following a network rationalisation exercise undertaken as part of a “thorough business review”.

The move, announced on 24 November, appears to be the first route cut made as the airline emerges from two years of the pandemic, and comes as it battles strong financial headwinds in the near term.
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Old 25th November 2022, 12:12 PM
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Mark from what i am hearing there will be more airlines we gain in 2023 than what we lose.Watch this space.
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