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On average, each passenger on a flight to Brisbane from the US emits about 4407 kg of CO2. Air Canada and United Airlines offer some of the most sustainable flights from the US to Brisbane. These airlines offer nonstop, one-stop, and two-stop flights to Brisbane from the US and emit about 50% and 43% less carbon than other airlines.
If you're flying with Air Canada from Boston, expect layovers in Toronto, Pearson, and Vancouver. Passengers flying from New York should expect layovers in Los Angeles, Miami, Taipei, Melbourne, San Francisco, Chicago, and Sydney. Qantas Airways and American Airlines offer flights from Atlanta to Brisbane with common layovers in Los Angeles, Manila, and San Francisco. Several airlines offer these flights from Atlanta with layovers in Auckland, Houston, Phoenix, Melbourne, Toronto, and Vancouver.
Yes. BNE offers priority seating to passengers with special needs, nursing mothers, and those with limited mobility. The airport also offers unisex accessible restrooms throughout the terminals. Changing places facilities are available near the Flight Center on Level 4 of the International Terminal and opposite the coffee shop on Level 1 of the Domestic Terminal. The airport’s ambassadors wear blue shirts. Approach any of them if you need further assistance traveling through the airport. The directory boards in the International Terminal are equipped with Braille and tactile features.
Yes. The airport offers free showers if you’re looking to freshen up on arrival at BNE. In the Domestic Terminal, you will get shower facilities near Gate 26 of the Central Terminal Satellite and near Gate 36 on Level 2 of the Central Terminal Area. In the International Terminal, showers are available on Levels 3 and 2 in the Arrivals Hall. Showers are free, but passengers should bring their shower products and towels.
Brisbane Airport is slightly less than 15 miles from the popular precinct known as South Bank. When traveling by car, this trip takes approximately 25 minutes without any additional traffic. When using public transportation, such as the local metro system, it takes approximately 45 to 50 minutes.
The Comfort Inn & Suites Northgate Airport is a 4-star choice that is less than a 10-minute drive to the Portside Wharf and offers an airport shuttle service for guests. The Airport Clayfield Motel is a casual option that is less than a 5-minute walk to the Clayfield train station and also has an airport shuttle service.
The Burrito Bar is a casual Mexican-style restaurant that is known for its original flavors, while the Graze Grill & Bar offers a variety of charcuterie boards and artisanal sandwiches, as well as a full-service bar. For a quicker option, visit the NRG Express, a food stand that is known for providing healthy to-go choices.
If you are traveling to Brisbane with your family, consider stopping at Village Green, located in the International Terminal just after security. Village Green contains a variety of airport-themed interactive activities that are a great way to keep kids entertained while waiting for your flight to take off. It is open during standard business hours and is free to access.
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Airlines flying the most to Brisbane from United States are American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Qantas Airways.
Central Brisbane is 8 miles away from Brisbane.
Brisbane is served by Brisbane, also commonly referred to as Brisbane or Brisbane Airport. The airport code is BNE.
On average, a flight to Brisbane costs $1,534. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $850 and departed from Los Angeles Airport.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Brisbane is Tuesday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Saturday.
The cheapest month for flights to Brisbane is September. On the other hand, the most expensive months are January and November.
American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Qantas Airways have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Brisbane. Confirm policies on booking site.
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The canceled the flight without notifying me in any way. Even the day before the flight I got an email notifying me of the still old (and no longer accurate) flight itinerary. When I arrived in Auckland to find out I no longer had a flight out of there, I felt stranded. I was told normally they would offer standby for the next flight (which would’ve been fine!) but they didn’t have any to Dunedin that day. I had to buy another $325 flight though another airline day of that they did not cover. Would not recommend. .
The Plane is spectacular. Immaculately clean like showroom clean. Beautiful interior etc etc. However it took 45 minutes for the first drink to come out and nearly two hours for dinner to be served. On a flight that took off at 10.45 that is not fun. I actually fell asleep eating my main course. The food is just OK. Really needs work. Drinks where tiny pours so constantly needing filling up. The new where very very sweet people but there was this air of confusion about them. As if it was their first flight. It didn't install confidence in me if there was an emergency. I actually flew on to Sydney with the airline on the same plane and the crew where totally all over it!! Super on the ball, so I may have just got an inexperienced crew?
It was a pleasure flying, great seats , lots of room, pleasant staff.
It was a great flight. Easy. The seats were a bit small so everyone was crammed on there but otherwise 2 1/2 hours flew by. (pun intended.)
Multiple delays, multiple gate changes, disorderly boarding, no carry-on baggage room, few snacks, small dinner, small seats, no ventilation and etc. You are treated poorly if in economy class.
Flight was booked months in advance and canceled 3 days in advance with no reasonable alternative offered
No Air Canada rep at the ticketing desk. Spoke with United (assumed partner) and they directed me to wait in the Air Canada line. I was 2 hours early for this flight since it was international. No one ever showed at the Air Canada desk so I spoke with United again and they said that Air Canada transferred the plane to them (truth?) and pulled up my ticket. The ticket was denied due to a carry-on limitation (is this real?). United cancel the flights and started to rebook but they said they had no authority to rebook since it was with Air Canada. After 3 hours of being on hold and speaking with multiple people at Air Canada they informed me that the United canceled my whole trip and marked it as a no show (again, 2 hours early). They refused to rebook or refund.