Seasonal flights to Townsville resume
SGold Coast Airport and Airnorth are pleased to announce the resumption of services to Australia’s favourite playground – the Gold Coast.
Warm welcome for returning services
Queensland Airports Limited CEO Chris Mills has welcomed the return of the Gold Coast-Adelaide service, which will help to restart part of our visitor economy – allowing South Australian holidaymakers back to the region.
Welcome back to interstate travellers
Opening the Queensland border to all states and territories except Victoria is a positive step towards economic recovery for the aviation and tourism sectors, and the state’s economy more generally.
Passenger numbers continue to decline rapidly as border stays shut
Gold Coast Airport passenger numbers dropped more than 99 per cent in May, with almost 470,000 fewer visitors and locals coming through the airport last month – as the border closure stayed in place and travel restrictions continued.
130,000 Virtual visitors to the GC for runway gig
Images of the gorgeous Gold Coast were beamed around the world today as a one-off concert on the Gold Coast Airport runway was broadcast and streamed live – reminding visitors of what awaits them when the Queensland border is open and travel restrictions ease.
Gold Coast Airport calls for clarity on border reopening
Passenger numbers declined significantly across Queensland Airports Limited’s (QAL) four ports in April.
Reduced terminal operating hours
The Gold Coast Airport terminal will be open for a reduced number of hours each day from Wednesday 1 April in response to reduced airline flight schedules.
Light rail alignment recommendation welcomed
Queensland Airports Limited CEO Chris Mills has welcomed news of the likely light rail alignment along the Gold Coast Highway, which would benefit visitors to the city traveling through Gold Coast Airport, as well as residents.
Airport terminal boost for local contractors
TEN local businesses have been engaged to deliver work on Gold Coast Airport’s terminal expansion project since the start of construction – injecting more than $35 million into the local economy.
Plane spotters delight in annual competition
Light, cameras, action! Aviation enthusiasts across the Gold Coast and northern New South Wales are encouraged to get snapping for Gold Coast Airport’s annual plane spotting competition.