Specific locations within Brisbane Airport's Terminals and certain flights have been identified as possible exposure venues. If you were at any of these locations within the dates & times identified, please follow the Queensland Government Health advice, listed on their website. Note, these lists are constantly being updated.
Anyone who has been in a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days or since the start date identified for the hotspot (whichever is shorter) will not be allowed to enter Queensland unless they are a Queensland resident, except for a limited range of people who can enter for essential purposes. Anyone who is allowed to enter Queensland will be required to go into 14 days mandatory hotel quarantine.
Anyone arriving from any identifed hotspots is required to complete a Queensland Border Pass.
Anyone entering Queensland from another state or territory or New Zealand will need to complete a Queensland Travel Declaration.
Check the latest travel advice and specific travel requirements for each state or territory here:
We've received global Airport Health Accreditation by Airports Council International for the COVID-safe measures we have in place to create a safe environment for everyone, including;
Check the latest travel advice and requirements for each state or territory:
*Note - specific travel requirements may apply. Check the Government websites for the latest information
Information on travelling from Australia to New Zealand (New Zealand Government website)
For the latest information on what to expect when flying through Brisbane Airport, read our arrivals guides:
It is now a requirement to wear a mask whilst at an airport and on all domestic and international flights in Australia. More information the mandatory requirments and exemptions for face masks can be found on the Queensland Health website.
There may also be additional safety requirements specific to your airline, and/or your arrival destination. Please contact your airline or the Government body for your arrival destination for more information.
Short and Long-term parking is available at the Terminal Car Parks. Park Valet is temporarily closed. We recommend you book online in advance for the best prices. Learn more here.
Yes, we are currently waiving cancellation fees on parking bookings that are changed as a result of changes to travel plans. View Parking FAQ's for more information.
Yes, however some of our retail stores and cafes and restaurants may be operating at reduced trading hours, or are temporarily closed. For a list of what’s open at each Terminal, visit the pages below:
Screening trays are regularly cleaned with hospital grade disinfectant. Antibacterial wipes are available if you prefer to wipe down your tray yourself. Security Officers wear gloves, and change them frequently. You can request that a Security Officer change their gloves if you are asked for a pat down.
Yes you can! If you are greeting or farewelling someone travelling within Australia, you are able to enter the Domestic Terminal and meet them, unless they are arriving from a COVID declared hotspot.
If you are farewelling someone at the International Terminal, you can say your goodbyes on Level 4 in the Departures Hall. It is also possible to greet those arriving from New Zealand on quarantine-free (green flights) on Level 2 in the Arrivals Hall.
Remember, it is mandatory for everyone to wear a mask at the airport, so be sure to bring one with you.
For everyone’s safety it is not currently possible to greet travellers arriving from overseas or from COVID declared hotspots within Australia. These passengers will undergo health screening and then be taken to a hotel for mandatory 14-day quarantine. More information on quarantine can be found here.
Yes, the Terminal Transfer bus is operating with an adjusted bus stop location at the International Terminal - find more information here. The Skygate Loop Service will also continue to provide transfer services between the Terminals and Skygate operating the normal schedule from Monday - Friday.
Everyone has a role to play in minimising the spread of COVID-19. Some simple things you can do to prepare for your next trip;
Check out this article for more Safe Travel Tips
Yes, you can carry your own hand sanitiser on board. Passengers travelling overseas are reminded that any liquids carried onto the plane (including hand sanitiser) need to be in containers sized 100ml or smaller. Larger containers should be packed into your checked luggage.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19 please continue to follow the latest health advice including;
For the latest information visit the Queensland Department of Health website.