2011 was another busy year for Brisbane Airport. Significant developments and achievements during the reporting period include:
BAC opens Australia's first Airport Experience Centre, providing information on Brisbane Airport's operations and proposed developments.
BAC Airside Operations Centre is awarded the Australian Aviation Ground Safety Council Annual Safety Award as a result of reducing Foreign Object Debris by 99% on the airport's taxiways and runways.
BAC finishes FY10 with a record breaking 19.4 million passengers.
iseek officially open a data storage centre in Brisbane Airport's freight and logistics precinct, housing IT servers for government and businesses.
Brisbane Airport breaks its monthly passenger record with 1.79 million passengers through the airport.
Brisbane Airport's new taxi waiting area opens, providing a cafe, prayer room and amenities for drivers.
In partnership with Surf Life Saving Queensland, BAC launches the 'swim between the flags' campaign at the International Terminal to promote beach safety among international tourists.
China Southern launches direct services connecting Brisbane with Guangzhou.
BAC introduces recycling systems to the public areas of the International Terminal.
A record breaking 1.43 million passengers pass through the Domestic Terminal in one month.
Brisbane Airport records a 5.3% growth in international passengers and a 7.4% growth in domestic passengers.
Brisbane Airport remains operational throughout the Queensland floods.
BAC donates $250,000 to the Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal to assist flood victims.
BAC staff volunteer to convert one day of annual leave into cash, raising a further $30,000.
BAC announces the completion of the first major restructure of the company since its privatisation in 1997.
Tiger Airways announces increased services between Brisbane-Sydney and Brisbane-Melbourne.
Strategic Airlines launches Brisbane-Phuket services.
Aeropelican launches Brisbane-Narrabri services.
BAC announces a successful AUD$600 million debt raising in the USA and Australian bond markets, which will be used to repay maturing bank facilities and fund capital expenditure and working capital.
The Brisbane Airport Experience Centre goes online, providing easy access to interactive tools and information regarding flight paths and airport developments for the local community.
Brisbane Airport achieves 1.1% passenger growth throughout February despite the tumultuous start to the year.
Brisbane Airport's upgraded and expanded Common User Satellite at the Domestic Terminal is officially opened by Acting Prime Minister and Treasurer, The Honourable Wayne Swan.
BAC hosts the first Airport Atelier design workshop intended to generate ideas and concepts for a new Property Master Plan.
BAC launches a national design competition for Brisbane Airport's first Property Master Plan.
BAC CEO and Managing Director, Julieanne Alroe, becomes a school principal for the day at Hendra State School in support of the State Government Education Week celebrations.
BAC announces ARM/Arkhefield, Grimshaw/AECOM/PWC/Tract and Shane Thompson Architects/Wilkinson Eyre/Lat27 as the short listed finalists for Brisbane Airport's Property Master Plan.Brisbane Airport celebrates a record 20 million passengers to fly through the airport in one year.Media