Brisbane International

IATA/ICAO CODE: BNE/YBBN
CITY: Queensland
COUNTRY: Australia

AIRPORT CONTACT

No changes reported by the airport in 2011
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Name: Stephen Goodwin Koen Rooijmans
Title: General Manager - Operations Managing Director and CEO
Airport: Brisbane International Brisbane International
Address:



Brisbane Airport Corporation Ltd
P.O. Box 61
Hamilton Central
Queensland, Australia 4007
Brisbane Airport Corporation Ltd
P.O. Box 61
Hamilton Central
Queensland, Australia 4007
Phone: +61 7 3406 3011 +61 7 3406 3054
Fax: +61 7 3406 3101 +61 7 340 63111
Email: stephen.goodwin@bne.com.au koen.rooijmans@bne.com.au
Airport Web Site: www.brisbaneairport.com.au

ELEVATION: 13 ft.
RUNWAY INFORMATION
Orientation
Length (ft)
Displaced
Threshold (ft)
Glide Slope(deg)
Width (ft)
01/19
11483
197
3.0
150
19/01
11679
-
3.0
150
14/32
5774
3.0
100

The following aircraft are covered by pavement concession:

- F100 - All variants, no weight or tire pressure limitation
- BA146 - All variants, no weight ot tire pressure limitation
- B737 - Up to 400 series with weight limit of 56000 KG and max tire pressure of 1327 KPA
- A320 up tp 200 series with weight limit of 56,000kg and max tire pressure of 1100kPa

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

See AIP Australia, Brisbane, QLD DAP Noise Abatement Procedures - Airservices Australia for detalied information and charts.

Preferred Flight Paths

Arriving Aircraft

(a) Landing runway 19

- All jet aircraft will normally be routed east of the coast to avoid noise sensitive areas.

- Descent for these aircraft below 3000 ft is not permitted until east of the coast.

- During the period 1200-2000, applicable to all jet aircraft, descent below 5000 ft not permitted until east of the coast.

- During the period of 1200-2000, applicable to all Non-jet aircraft, descent below 3000 ft is not permitted until east of the coast

(b) Landing runway 32

- Track for a right base

(c) Landing runway 14

- Track for a left base

(d) Landing runway 01

- Jet propelled aircraft arriving from the north on the DAYBO ARRIVAL will be routed via "RIVER TRACK" ex waypoint STAKE for a visual approach.

- During the period 1200-2000, aircraft shall not descend below 3000 ft until aligned with the runway.

Departing Aircraft

(a) Departing Runway 19

- Jet propelled aircraft departing to the south via Laravale, must follow a procedural SID when ground navigation aids are available. On the other routes, jet propelled aircraft will normally follow procedural SID's

- Non jet propelled aircraft will normally follow radar-based SIDs.

- During the period 1200-2000 all aircraft will be routed, as far as possible clear of noise sensitive areas.

(b) Departing Runway 14/32

- All aircraft will follow radar-based SIDs

- Jet propelled aircraft will normally be contained within a sector 360 deg - 120 deg, over water until leaving 5000 ft.

- During the period 1200-2000 all aircraft will be contained within a sector 360deg– 120deg , over water until leaving 5000FT.

(c) Departing Runway 01

- Jet propelled aircraft will normally follow procedural SIDs. Anticipate requirement to reach 5000 ft prior to over flying a residential area.

- Non jet propelled aircraft will normally follow radar based SIDs. During the period of 1200-2000 all aircraft expect to be contained within a sector 360 deg - 120 deg., over water until leaving 5000 ft.

Note 1:
In the above procedures the term "all aircraft" applies to all aircraft categories described in AIP ENR 1-5, Para 11.1.1 and all other aircraft having two of more engines.

Note 2:
Procedural SIDs issued to Jet propelled aircraft all have preferred noise abatement procedure flight paths.

Note 3:
The expectations described above when operating on a RADAR SID are to meet Noise Abatement Procedures and are in lieu of nominating specific preferred flight paths.

CONTINUOUS DESCENT ARRIVAL (CDA) - NONE

AIRPORT CURFEWS - NONE

PREFERENTIAL RUNWAYS
See AIP Australia, Brisbane, QLD DAP Noise Abatement Procedures - Airservices Australia for detailed information and charts.
Jet Noise Abatement climb procedures apply all hours Runway 19

a) 2000-1200 UTC Sunday to Friday and 2000-1100 UTC Saturday, the preferred runways are:

1. Runway 01
2. Runway 14 or 32 equal
3. Runway 19

b) 1200-2200 UTC Sunday to Friday and 1100-2000 UTC Saturday, the most preferred configuration is "Reciprocal Runway Operations".
Landing
Takeoff

1. Runway 19

1. Runway 01

2. Runway 32

2. Runway 14

3. Runway 14

3. Runway 32
4. Runway 01 4. Runway 19
c) 1900-2000 UTC Monday to Friday, during the daylight savings period in the southern states, the preferred runways are:
b) 1200-2000 UTC, preferred runways are:

1. All departures and Jet arrivals - Runway 01 and
All non-jet arrivals - Runway 14 or 32 equal.

2. All arrivals and Jet departures - Runway 19 and
All non-jet departures Runway 14 or 32 equal.

Note 1: Intersection departures on Runway 19 are not permitted for aircraft exceeding 30,000 kg MAUW during (a) and by all aircraft during (b) and (c)

Note 2: Applicable to (b) and (c). Runways 01 and 19 will be nominated as preferred runways for take-off and landing when the downwind component does not exceed 10 kts (including gusts) and the runway surface is completely dry.

Note 3: Pilots of MED 1 priority aircraft shall advise ATC if they have a level of urgency that requires exemption from compliance with Noise Abatement Procedures. This notification should be made as early as practicable. ATC will facilitate requests for exemption.

OPERATING QUOTA - NONE

ENGINE RUN-UP RESTRICTIONS
All ground running of engines requires prior notification to Airport Operations - phone 07 3406 3072.

Ground running of engines has restrictions imposed on location, timing, duration and power settings.

Procedures and limitations for ground running of engines is documented in the Brisbane Aerodrome Manual. All non-complying engine ground runs require prior approval - phone 07 3406 3072.

APU OPERATING RESTRICTIONS - NONE

NOISE BUDGET RESTRICTIONS - NONE

NOISE SURCHARGE
7/2011 IATA Airport & Air Navigation Charges Manual with additional information below provided by the airport.
There is now a 25% surcharge on marginally compliant Chapter 3 aircraft, those which were originally certified as Chapter 2. The surcharge is an additional 25% of the landinding fee shown below:

Landing Charge Basis MTOW
Cargo, Diversions & Private Charter
Minimum Charge

Rotary Wing Landing fee
Minimum charge

For the use of the runway, taxiway system and aprons by Marginally Compliant Aircraft, a noise surcharge will apply

AUD 10.97 per tonne
AUD 60.00 per tonne

AUD 6.82 per tonne
AUD 30.00 per tonne

25%

NOISE MITIGATION/LAND USE PLANNING PROGRAM INFORMATION
Type of Program
Date Implemented
Status
Sound Insulation (Residences and Public Buildings)
-
-
Purchase Assurance for Homeowners Located Within the Airport Noise Contours
-
-
Avigation Easements
-
-
Zoning Laws
-
-
Real Estate/Property Disclosure Laws
-
-
Acquire Land for Noise Compatibility to date
-
-
Population within each noise contour level relative to aircraft operations
-

-

Airport Noise Contour Overlay Maps
-
-
Total Cost of Noise Mitigation Programs to Date
-

-

Source of Noise Mitigation Program Funding for Aircraft Noise
-
-

NOISE MONITORING SYSTEM
Click here for all noise monitoring system information including a current map for the airport.
YBBN Brisbane Airport Noise Monitoring Terminals 27JUL06
nmt_id
loc_desc
cur_loc_x_
cur_loc_y_
x (m)
y (m)
LONGITUDE E
LATITUDE S
1
Cannon Hill2 5078745 69614050 507875 6961405 153.079703 -27.470891
2
Tingalpa State Schl 5124086 69608469 512409 6960847 153.125601 -27.475895
3
Nudgee Beach Centre 5102171 69748498 510217 6974850 153.103300 -27.349495
4
Kedron 5024050 69682180 502405 6968218 153.024329 -27.409403
5
Bulimba Army Base 5066370 69641420 506637 6964142 153.067162 -27.446188

FLIGHT TRACK MONITORING SYSTEM 
The airport has a flight track monitoring system

NOISE LEVEL LIMITS - NONE

CHAPTER 2 RESTRICTIONS
Chapter 2 airplanes prohibited from operating at airports in Australia as of April 1, 2002.

CHAPTER 2 PHASEOUT
Australia Phase out of Chapter 2 airplanes complete as of April 1, 2002.

CHAPTER 3 RESTRICTIONS
Marginally compliant Chapter 3 airplanes restricted