Planning for Brisbane Airport's future
The Airports Act 1996 requires all federally leased airports to prepare an Airport Master Plan that incorporates an Environment Strategy. The Master Plan sets the 20 year strategic direction for the airport site, and is renewed every five years.
The 2014 Master Plan was approved by the Australian Government on 13 January 2015, and this is available for download here.
Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has commenced planning for the 2020 Master Plan. The Master Plan will:
- Establish the strategic direction for the airport
- Set out the airport’s future forecasts for airlines and passenger growth
- Outline development for additional uses of the airport site
- Set out plans for significant future investment in operations, aviation infrastructure, roads and terminals
- Provide an update to the Airport Environment Strategy and Ground Transport Plan
- Demonstrate our commitment to engaging and supporting the community
Stakeholder consultation is currently underway, with the establishment of a number of reference groups with representatives from industry, community and all levels of Government. Public consultation will commence in mid 2019, prior to the final draft Master Plan submission to the Federal Government in January 2020.
For further information on the 2020 Master Plan planning and engagement process, send us an email
To view the current 2014 Master Plan click here