Brisbane runway closures for maintenance works
Brisbane Airport Corporation will be performing regular runway heavy maintenance works on both runways on 25 March from 7am to 4pm, and 26 and 27 March 2022 from 6am to 6pm. These essential maintenance works are carried out twice every year to ensure the runways remain safe and operational.
The works will be undertaken on one runway at a time, leaving the other available for ongoing aircraft use. Community members may notice a temporary change to aircraft operations as all arrivals and departures will be conducted using a single runway.
Temporary impact on noise improvement trials
Due to runway availability, Airservices will be temporarily unable to run the trial to extend Simultaneous Opposite Direction Parallel Runway Operations (SODPROPs) hours to 8am on Saturday, 26th March and Sunday, 27th March, as this requires the use of both runways.
During the works, SODPROPs will remain the preferred operating mode from 10pm to 6am. Please note SODPROPS can only be used when weather and traffic conditions allow. Information on SODPROPS is available in the Runway Operations Fact Sheet.
The trial to restrict intersection departures on the New Parallel Runway will not be affected by these works.
Similar works are scheduled for 28-30th October 2022, and more information will be provided closer to the time.
If you have specific questions or complaints about aircraft operations, please contact our Noise Complaints and Information Service (NCIS).
This project is closed.