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If you’re requesting from the Domestic terminal, you’ll need to head toward the Pre-Booked Express and Ride Booking pickup area. From the International terminal, walk toward the buses and coaches passenger pickup zone.
Once you’ve requested a ride, you’ll receive directions through the app. You can also look for signs at BNE Airport that point to the designated pickup area.
Your driver’s name, license plate, and car color will show in the app. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Earn Qantas points when you ride with Uber to or from eligible Australian airports using the Qantas app. Terms and conditions apply.
Local SIM cards can be purchased at the Optus or Vodafone kiosks located on Level 2 of the Arrivals terminal.
Yes, riders can request a ride through the Uber app to and from Brisbane Airport.
Uber can get you from:
These are estimated fares. Actual fares vary based on time of day, pickup location, and dropoff location. Trips originating from Brisbane Airport are subject to an airport pickup fee.
Yes, Brisbane Airport charges a $3.90 access fee for Uber pickups. This fee is automatically added to your fare when you request a ride from Brisbane Airport.
Brisbane Airport requires that Uber pickups begin at the Pre-Booked Express and Ride Booking pickup area for domestic arrivals, and the buses and coaches passenger pickup zone for international arrivals.
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is the 3rd-busiest airport in Australia and the primary airport serving the state of Queensland.
The airport is about a 20-minute drive from Brisbane’s CBD, northeast of the city center.
There are 2 major terminals at Brisbane Airport: the Domestic Terminal and the International Terminal.
The Domestic Terminal serves the following domestic airlines:
The International Terminal serves the following international airlines:
The following airline lounges are hosted in the Domestic Terminal:
The following airline lounges are hosted in the International Terminal:
Brisbane Airport features a variety of dining options, duty-free facilities, shops, and leisure areas for passengers.
Foreign currency can be exchanged at two Travelex stores:
The Brisbane Airport International Terminal offers an interactive screen where kids can play. You can find it on the Village Green after passport control.
Sonic HealthPlus, the airport medical center, is available in the Skygate. Visitors can get assistance with a range of general medical services at Sonic HealthPlus.
Whether you have a layover or an overnight flight delay, or you need a place to stay for a visit near BNE, there are multiple hotels and accommodation options nearby.
Find more information about Brisbane Airport here.