BAC publishes a variety of materials relating to the management and operation of Brisbane Airport, covering current activities and future plans.
BAC outlines its 20-year vision for Brisbane Airport through Master Plans that are prepared every five years. A Master Plan is a statutory document required by the Australian Government under the Airports Act, which is subject to a formal public comment period and then, government approval. The current approved Master Plan, completed in 2009, details how BAC will sustainably manage the economic, operational, social and environmental aspects of the airport to 2029. A Supplementary Report is prepared to respond to formal comments or queries about the Master Plan raised during the public notification phase.
Download the 2009 Master Plan
The 2009 Master Plan can be downloaded using the links below.
- Chapter 1 – Introduction (3.9 Mb file)
- Chapter 2 - Airport Sustainability and Development Objectives (2.2 Mb file)
- Chapter 3 - Master Planning (3.8 Mb file)
- Chapter 4 - Aviation Growth Forecasts (1 Mb file)
- Chapter 5 - Economic Contribution (1.5 Mb file)
- Chapter 6 - Land Use and Precinct Development (3 Mb file)
- Chapter 7 - Aviation Capacity (3.5 Mb file)
- Chapter 8 - Airport Services and Facilities (1.1 Mb file)
- Chapter 9 - Environmental Management (848 Kb file)
- Chapter 10 - Landscape and Open Space (500 Kb file)
- Chapter 11 - Aircraft Noise (1.8 Mb file)
- Chapter 12 - Surface Transport and Accessibility (2.2 Mb file)
- Chapter 13 - Community and Stakeholder Engagement (481 Kb file)
- Chapter 14 – Implementation (684 Kb file)
- Chapter 15 – Changes Since 2003 Master Plan (260 Kb file)
- Chapter 16 – Appendices (1.1 Mb file)
In addition to its Master Plan, under the Airports Act BAC is required to prepare an Airport Environment Strategy every five years. The strategy is subject to a formal public comment period and then, government approval. The current approved Airport Environment Strategy, completed in 2009, details how BAC will sustainably manage the airport’s built environment and biodiversity values to 2014.
- View the BAC Site Signage Manual 2008 PDF (4.2 MB)