Domestic Terminal railway station, Brisbane

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Domestic Terminal
Domestic Airport Railway Station, Queensland, June 2012.JPG
Station statistics
Address Off Alpinia Drive, Brisbane Airport
Coordinates 27°23′07″S 153°07′07″E / 27.3853°S 153.1185°E / -27.3853; 153.1185Coordinates: 27°23′07″S 153°07′07″E / 27.3853°S 153.1185°E / -27.3853; 153.1185
Line(s)
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 5 May 2001 (2001-05-05)[1]
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code 600428 (platform 1)
600429 (platform 2)
Owned by Airtrain Citylink Limited
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Services
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Roma Street
Airport Line Terminus

Domestic Terminal railway station is a privately owned railway station on, and terminus of, the Airtrain Airport line at the Brisbane Airport domestic terminal, northeast of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia.

Owned and operated by Airtrain Citylink Limited, Domestic Terminal railway station is a private station that connects seamlessly with the Queensland Rail City network, and services use Queensland Rail rolling stock under a commercial agreement. Therefore, as a private commercial enterprise, government-subsidised TransLink fares do not apply for rail travel on the line.

Connection to the airport terminal[edit]

View of the station with the terminal building in the background

The railway station is connected to the Brisbane Airport's domestic terminal by a covered elevated footbridge, with an elevator and escalators to the kerbside immediately in front of the entrance to the terminal.

Services by platform[edit]

Platform Line Destination Notes
1 Gold Coast City & Varsity Lakes All stations to city, express Park Road to Beenleigh, stopping Altandi and Loganlea
2 Gold Coast City & Varsity Lakes All stations to city, express Park Road to Beenleigh, stopping Altandi and Loganlea

References[edit]

  1. ^ Debritz, Brett (6 May 2001). "Airtrain off to a flying start". The Sunday Mail. p. 50. 

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