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Brisbane Airport ( BNE ) Terminal Map Information

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Brisbane Airport Terminal Complex Layout ; Development Updates, TERMNAL DETAILS, Current Amenities & Services, and Airline Lounges:

The pas
senger terminal complex at Brisbane Airport consists of two terminals – the Domestic (DT) and the International Terminal (IT) - 2 km apart and now served by the free Airtrain. 

Brisbane Airport Development Updates:  With an investment of $3.8B the Airport has, and continues to, upgrade its infrastructure - adding new parallel runway, redeveloping International Terminal, upgrading Domestic terminal, airfield, access road & other facilities (including Virgin Australia's facilities). Listed below are mostly completed projects at both terminals, done during 2015 and - up to 2017:
   A.  Domestic Terminal upgrades:
  - By June 2015 - Domestic Common User Terminal upgrades completed with new airline service desks, 8 new & 11 relocated self-service check-in kiosks, 8 new automatic baggage drops, added baggage reclaim facilities, new screening areas, new offices & queuing space, new visitor info counter & new floor finishes.
  - By July 2015 - Virgin Australia completed (a) expansion & upgrade of the VA Business Lounge & upgrade of VA Valet service. (b) redeveloped & expanded VA Satellite Terminal with 7 new airbridges.
  - Since Dec. 2015 the Domestic Common User Terminal houses service desks, 8 new & 12 relocated self-service check-in kiosks, 8 automatic baggage drops, more baggage reclaim- & new screening facilities & new queuing space,  new visitor information counter & new floor finishes..
  - By mid-2016 - Qantas Business Lounge were expanded and new Qantas Valet Service added.
  - By mid-2017 - A Regional Satelite Terminal with 16 gates will be built at northern end (300 meters from current Domestic Terminal (DT) with initial bus transfer.
   B.  International Terminal upgrades:
   - By July 2015:  Completion of JR/Duty-free Departure store, upgrade of departure & arrivals area, added world-class shopping & dining, artwork.
   - By Dec. 2015: International Terminal housed 80 common-user new self-serve check-in kiosks & 16 automatic baggage drop kiosks.  Completion of  'Skygate' * - the commercial & lifestyle precinct, with 30 new stores, multi-level carpark, a connector building with outdoor dining; children's play area.
  - *The free Airtrain also serves Skygate - a shopping area with, supermarket, pharmacy, hairdresser, bakery, beauty salon, cafes, bars, restaurants and over 120 discount factory outlets.  The trip from your terminal takes only seven minutes.
  - In early summer 2016, Brisbane Airport was the winner of 'Great Transformation in Airport Food & Beverage Award' (FAB) in Geneva. 
  - By July 2017 - International Terminal's northern apron project resulted in expansion of the concourse with new boarding zones, holding lounges, aerobridges & walk-out gates (and new parking facilities).
  - By late 2017 the $47M expansion north of the International Terminal will be completed (adding 55,000 sq.meters of new apron pavement, new aircraft taxi lanes, 3 new aircraft parking bays, and increased storage area for Ground Service Equipment).  Also by late 2017 the International Terminal expansion added 13,500 sq.meters .
  - By 2020 a new 3.3km long, 60m wide runway will be completed.


The Domestic Terminal at Brisbane Airport is a curved building with three new extending satellites, housing additional airline passenger lounges and gates. The 2-level terminal (recently completely overhauled) is divided into three separate areas serving Qantas & Qantaslink at north end; Virgin Australia at south end, & a common user section in the center: 
    Level 1 is the Arrivals & Check-in level.  It houses at east the entrance to Qantas Valet via Dryandra Road/Erica Court. Adjacent to it is the entry to Qantas check-in and baggage claim areas, and in the center is the check-in & baggage claim for common use (currently JetStar, Tiger, Brindabella & Skytrans airlines) and the Virgin Australia check-in and baggage claim.  The Center has a Skywalk to carparks, rental cars & Airtrain. (Its 9-level carpark offers over 5,000 covered spaces.)
    Level 2 is the Departure level housing an  assortment of shops and restaurants, currency exchange, ATMs, internet, news stands, prayer room, and access to transportation outside.
- the west side is the Qantas & QantasLink area with a Travelex, Qantas Club and access to Gates 16 to 21 (in Satellite) and 22 to 24 (at terminal); and Bar Corretto & Newslink ;
- the center is for 'Common User' airlines, with gates 26 to 32 (in satellite) and 25 & 38 (at  terminal) and offers Giancarlo, Wasabi Warriors & News Travels.
- the East side is for Virgin Australia, with 2 ATM machines, and gates 43 to 48 (in satellite) and gates 38 to 41(at terminal).

The newly upgraded International Terminal at Brisbane Airport with four levels now includes a themed departures lounge, walkthrough duty free stores for departures and arrivals, some specialty retail and food & drink concessions, as well as three new airline lounges and a day spa.
    Level 1 is housing the Airline offices, Australian Customs & Qarantine & Inspection Services and various other offices.
    Level 2 is the Arrivals level, housing an information Desk, baggage claim, Customs check, currency exchange, ATMs, rental car counters, net kiosk, meeting point, BAC Welcome desk, rental car desks, Tourist & Transport desk, VIP Lounge, Vodafone, food & drink, newsstand,duty- & tax-free shop, and offices of Attorney General, Australian Federal Police, Quarantine & Inspection & Department of Immigration.
    Level 3 houses the Departure Lounge, After customs & security check you enter level 3's specialty retail shops,  food & drink establishments, Duty-Free, Travelex currency exchange, ATM machines, First Aid station, Net kiosk, coffee vending machine, and airline & Airport offices. Access to Gates 75-79 is at west end; access to gats 82-86 at east side.
    Level 4  is the  Departure/ Check-in level, with 2 information counters, 5 check-in rows and self-service kiosks, currency exchange booths,  ATM machines,  food & drink and retail outlets, a durty-free shop;  Airline services (Air New Zealand, Qantas & Flight Center Ltd.), the Qantas Lounge, oversized baggage kiosk & baggage wrapping, Airport Village Bus pick-up; and access to Departure gates 75 to 86 (west gates starting with gate 75; at center gate 81, and east end gate 86).

Current Amenities and Services inside both Terminals include - aside from food & drink and retail & duty-free concessions:
- Conference rooms in the International Terminal (IT), level 3, pre-security (tel. +61 7 3406 3066 /fax 3070);
- ATM machines are on all levels of both terminals;
- Currency exchange by Travelex is available in IT at levels 2, 3 & 4.
- Airline ticket desks for Qantas & Air New Zealand are on IT level 4, or at the Flight Center on level 4, and in DT on level 1.
- Baggage lockers are in IT, ground level at carpark entrance.
- Internet kiosks are in IT’s Levels 2, 3 & 4;
- a prayer room is on IT’s Level 4.
- Free shower facilities are in IT’s Levels 2, 3 & 4 and in DT’s levels 1 & 2.  
Airline & Pay-in Lounges:
- Qantas Club at  at Internatinal Terminal  (tel. +61 7 3307 9212);  and Qantas Club at Domestic Terminal (tel. +61 73867 3670);
- Virgin Australia Lounge at Domestic Terminal (+61 73114 7122);
- Air New Zealand, Emirates, & Singapore lounges (at International Terminal)
- The Plaza Premium Lounge -  a pay-in lounge - is open as of third quarter 2016.