Is the Brisbane Airtrain running?
Airtrain is open and operating the normal timetable for both the Domestic and International Terminals. Please check our service changes page for any services impacted by track work.
Is the Airtrain working today?
AirTrain JFK operates 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
How long is Airtrain from Brisbane to Gold Coast?
Your average wait time is just 7 minutes!
|WEEKENDS / PUBLIC HOLIDAYS|
|Route||First Departure||Peak Intervals|
|Airport – Gold Coast||6:04am||30 mins|
|Gold Coast – Airport||5:40am||30 mins|
|Central – Airport||5:40am||30 mins|
Is Brisbane Airtrain free?
Airtrain is the fast and economical way to travel with tickets starting at just $10*. In 20 minutes you will travel directly from Brisbane Airport to the heart of Brisbane’s CBD.
How do I get to the Airtrain Brisbane?
Airtrain is located on level 3 on the International Terminal. The arrivals are on level 2. Simply follow the “trains” signs to level 3 using the travellators or lifts. Airtrain has an information counter where you can purchase tickets in the arrivals hall on level 2.
Is the AirTrain running tomorrow?
How often does AirTrain run?
24 hours a day
The AirTrain service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The trains run on a schedule from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. (every 2-8 minutes) and 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. (every 6-12 minutes).
Where does the Brisbane Airtrain stop?
Travelling from Brisbane Airport to the Gold Coast, Airtrain stops at all Gold Coast stations; from Beenleigh to Varsity Lakes, including Ormeau, Coomera, Helensvale (connects with G:Link tram at Helensvale station*), Nerang, Robina and Varsity Lakes. Airtrain has ticket options to suit your travel needs.
Where does the Brisbane AirTrain go?
Airtrain is located on level 3 on the International Terminal. The arrivals are on level 2. Simply follow the “trains” signs to level 3 using the travellators or lifts.
Where does the Airtrain stop in Brisbane?
Can I fly to Queensland now?
Entering Queensland from interstate You can enter Queensland from elsewhere in Australia without restrictions. From 1am AEST Saturday 15 January 2022, domestic border restrictions for people entering from interstate are no longer in place.