Love is in the air… claim a selfie and a smooch from our pooch
Love was most certainly in the air at Gold Coast Airport today, with therapy dogs Ranji and Gary puckering up to offer hugs and kisses to passengers for Valentine’s Day.
Bumper December for Gold Coast Airport as records tumble
Gold Coast Airport closed off 2019 on a high, recording its strongest December passenger numbers on record and its busiest day ever.
One person's loss is another's treasure
Funds raised from the collection of lost cash left unclaimed in the Gold Coast Airport terminal are being put to good use, with the airport team making a surprise donation to local charities
‘Tis the season to be merry with feast of festive cheer
Gold Coast Airport is counting down to Christmas with a host of festive activities in what promises to be a bustling terminal over the busy holiday season.
Cheers to topping out of airport hotel
The first champagne cork has been popped atop Gold Coast Airport’s Rydges hotel – celebrating an important construction milestone for the $50 million project.
Childcare with a green Edge lands at airport
A leading eco-friendly childcare centre has opened on Gold Coast Airport’s doorstep, servicing workers in the busy precinct, which includes Southern Cross University.
Warm welcome as first Seoul passengers touch down
A special water cannon salute greeted the first plane load of passengers flying direct from Korea to the Gold Coast this morning.
From Gold Coast to Seoul with love
K-pop dancers, Korean-themed food and a water cannon salute were part of celebrations at Gold Coast Airport marking the first direct flight between the Gold Coast and Seoul today.
Airport program to help those with hidden disabilities
Gold Coast Airport is launching a comprehensive and best practice program to assist passengers with a hidden disability following close consultation with key stakeholders, including Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect).
Brand new names for two Gold Coast Airport cranes
The names ‘McCranium’ and ‘Straighty McStrong’ will adorn the Gold Coast Airport construction site for the next 18 months after two local primary school students won the chance to name the cranes at the airport’s southern terminal expansion.