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Air NZ lounge

Air New Zealand has opened the doors to its new, bigger

guest lounge at Brisbane Airport International Terminal. The

lounge caters for up to 200 people with spaces that include

a café area with self-service food buffet and beverage station,

a children’s play area and family space, quiet nooks, business

table and bathroom facilities. The Brisbane Airport lounge is

part of a $100-million program to develop the airline’s lounge

network around the world and new lounges already have

been completed at Sydney and Auckland international airport

terminals. The new Air New Zealand Brisbane Airport lounge

is located on the upper level of the International Terminal next

to gate 81, near the escalators and food court.


| BNE May/June 2016

More flights to


Qantas has boosted flights between Brisbane

Airport (BNE) and Christchurch with three

times weekly services now available year-

round. A fourth weekly service will be added

during peak Australian and New Zealand school

holidays to meet demand. Brisbane Airport

had been offering close to 100 weekly flights

to five destinations across the North and South

Islands and the extra flights are expected to add

28,000 seats a year to the total, boosting visitor

numbers across the Tasman even more. New

Zealand is currently the largest overseas

visitor market for BNE, accounting for

almost a third of overseas visitors to

Queensland in 2015. New Zealand is

also the most popular destination

for Brisbane residents travelling

overseas, with one in five

outbound travellers

crossing the ditch

last year.