Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), the operator of Brisbane Airport (BNE), is a proud, private, un-listed Queensland company creating economic opportunities for the city of Brisbane and the state of Queensland equating to more than $4 billion annually.
BAC purchased Brisbane Airport from the Federal Government in 1997 for $1.4 billion under a 49 year lease with an option to renew a further 50 years. Under this unique leasehold tenure, BAC retains ownership and control of the airport in its entirety for the duration of the lease term up to 2096.
At the heart of our operations, BAC values building collaborative relationships, being proactive and innovative, acting with integrity and commitment, and providing service excellence.
BAC’s shareholders are major Australian and international organisations and significant institutional investors. Ultimately, the majority of BAC shareholders are Australian ‘mums and dads’ with their savings invested in superannuation and other investment funds.
|26.6%||First Sentier Investors and related managed funds|
|25%||QIC Infrastructure Management and related funds|
|19.6%||Royal Schipol Group|
|8.8%||Whitehelm Capital managed shareholdings|