CAPA Centre for Aviation today offers its latest exclusive infographic, presenting insight from its own data and external sources.
The CAPA 2018 Queensland Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit was on in Brisbane yesterday, so here’s a closer look at the year that was for the state’s major airport in Brisbane. Since 2010, Brisbane airports traffic has increased at a steady rate of between 1-5%. In 2017, both traffic and capacity were up by 2.3%.
Sydney continues to be the main connector with Brisbane, accounting for over 5.8 million seats in the year. Internationally, Los Angeles tops the list, which will only be further boosted in 2018 when Qantas utilises its new Boeing 787-9 equipment to connect Brisbane with the US.