Brisbane Operations Update

Due to the current significant weather conditions across Brisbane and the South East, some communities may be experiencing aircraft movements or operations different to what they would normally experience.

During storm activity, aircraft often need to manoeuvre around this bad weather, creating aircraft overflight in locations that may not normally experience this.

The Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach, which is runway aligned and commences approximately 26 kilometres from the airport, is used to safely guide aircraft to the runway during poor visibility. The other approaches closer to the airport will generally not be used during this sort of weather as they require more stable conditions, and modes that keep all traffic over the bay are often not available.

As soon as the weather allows, we will return to normal operations.

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