Flight Operations To Brisbane


Flight Operations to Brisbane

Ahmad Ammar | - 11/26/2019
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Flight Operations to Brisbane: The capital of Queensland, Brisbane is a large city taking its name from the Brisbane River. Popular with visitors from all over the world it is a bustling cultural and scientific center. Here’s what operators need to know about operations to its gateway, Brisbane International Airport.

Brisbane International Airport 

  • Elevation: 13 ft / 4 m. 
  • Magnetic Variation: 11° E                      
  • Latitude/ Longitude: S27-23.0 / E153-07.1
  • Operational: 24/7
  • Time Zone: UTC+10 

Operational Information 

  • CIQ is not available between 0100-0500
  • Jet A1 is available, however, book ahead of time for early morning refueling
  • Private, non-revenue flights do not require a landing permit but do require slots
  • Commercial flights required CASA non-scheduled flight permission to enter Australia
  • Section 27(A) Permission is required for domestic flights


  • Applications must be made by the operator directly to CASA International Ops
  • It will take approximately 5 working days from the date of receipt of the completed application, including all supporting documentation
  • The amount of time required to complete the assessment of the application will vary depending on the complexity of the proposed operations

Ground Transport

  • Brisbane Airport has a broad choice of rental car services such as Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Redspot, Enterprise, and Thrifty
  • There are also a number of free bus transfers between terminals, the Skygate Centre, DFO, and AIRPARK available
  • A rail link also connected the airport to the city center in approximately 20 minutes
  • Taxis as also widely available at the airport

For support with Flight Operations to Brisbane, contact UAS