Thursday, February 26, 2015
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Yesterday's movements are listed below.
PFY 7119 BNE-MKY operated by VH-KDB departed at 0230 am.
PFY 7115 also VH-KDB operated MKY-BNE arriving at 2040 hrs.
PFY 9288 operated by VH-EKD flew BNE-RMA departing at 1015 am.
PFY 9289 flew RMA-BNE operated agin by EKD arrived at BNE at 1315 hrs.
PFY 9304 operated by VH-ZRH flew BNE-MOV departing at 1645 hrs.
PFY 9305 MOV-BNE again operated by ZRH landed at BNE at 2135 hrs.
RXA 9959 TSV-BNE was operated by VH-ZRH and landed at BNE at 1330 hrs.
RXA 5663 operated by VH-ZLF flew Wellcamp to BNE arriving at 1755 hrs.
Corporate Air do not use flight numbers as call signs only their registrations.
VH-VEF arrived BNE from CMT at 0950.
VEP,VEM,VEF all departed BNE-RMA at 1008,1010 and 1030 am.
VH-VEO arrived from MCY and CMT at 1115 hrs.
VEP,VEM and VEF arrived back from RMA at 1250,1255 and 1315 HRS.
VH-VEO departed to THG and ROK at 1234pm.
VEP and VEM departed again for RMA at 1330 and 1342 hrs.
VEP and VEM arrived back from RMA at 1615 and 1630hrs.
VH-VEO arrived from ROK and THG at 1620 hrs.
So all up 22 movements yesterday by Saab 340 aircraft yesterday at YBBN.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Monday, February 16, 2015
JQ005 BNE1755 – 0730HNL 788 25
JQ006 HNL1040 – 1625+1BNE 788 14
Source: Airline Route
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Skywest Fokker 50 File Photo.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
- Virgin Australia VA165 B738 ZK-PBF AKL-OOL
- Qantas QF864 B738 VH-VZD SYD-OOL
- Virgin Australia VA535 B738 VH-VUZ SYD-OOL
- Virgin Australia VA539 E190 VH-ZPF SYD-OOL
- Jetstar JQ440 A320 VH-VWT MEL-OOL
Today's announcement below from Qantas.
Internationally, Qantas will increase its upcoming Brisbane–Tokyo (Narita) service from four to seven return flights a week. This change to the previously announced route, which starts in August, represents an increase in seats of 75 per cent to over 4000 seats a week.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Friday, February 6, 2015
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Brisbane Airport's $4 billion expansion plan gains federal approval
03 Feb 2015
The Federal Government has approved a 20-year development plan for the Brisbane Airport precinct.
The strategy includes construction of a parallel runway, a regional satellite facility, upgraded domestic and international terminal facilities, and improvements to transport networks.
The Brisbane Airport Corporation has committed almost $4 billion to fund the new projects over the next decade.
Airport spokeswoman Helen Clarke said the plan would open up increased tourism and trade in the state.
She said Brisbane had one of the fastest growing airport precincts in the country.
"The airport will expand over time - in 20 years' time it will be about the same size as Singapore and Hong Kong airports.
"We see the addition of a mass transit system, having a high-frequency connection between the international and domestic terminals, as well as our new parallel runway.
"We expect that by 2034 there'll be about 49 million passengers a year travelling through the airport.
"Obviously we need to support those passengers with new infrastructure and new jobs." She said about 21,000 people currently worked full-time within the airport precinct. That number was expected to more than double to about 51,000 within the next 20 years.
Sunday, February 1, 2015