AAIF secures Qantas Haneda to Brisbane three-times a week service
The Queensland Government’s $200 million Attracting Aviation Investment Fund (AAIF) partnership with Queensland’s four international airports has secured another crucial, direct inbound service from Japan to Brisbane International Airport.
From December, Qantas will fly an Airbus A330-300 three times per week from Haneda, Tokyo direct to Brisbane, and supporting up to 400 good Queensland jobs.
Japan is an important part of Queensland’s international tourism industry.
Pre-COVID-19, for the year ended December 2019, Japan represented the third largest market by expenditure and fourth largest by visitation to Queensland.”
The new Qantas flights from Japan will bring 46,460 inbound seats a year and predicted to contribute $41 million in overnight visitor spending to Brisbane’s visitor economy.
Queensland’s Attracting Aviation Investment Fund (AAIF) currently supports six direct international services.
Over the next year, the AAIF is predicted to deliver up to $346 million in overnight international visitor expenditure and support 3,376 jobs