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Flight from Tacloban (TAC) to Brisbane (BNE)

Flight from Tacloban (TAC) to Brisbane (BNE)

Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland in Australia. The city has a population of around 957,010 people in the city centre according to the census conducted in June 2004 and 1.77 million in the metropolitan area. Brisbane has subtropical weather with hot, humid summers and cool, dry winters. Lightning often comes in the summer. Brisbane has an international airport, Brisbane International Airport. Within the city, public transportation available is bus and train. Queensland is the second-largest state in Australia after Western Australia and occupies the North-Eastern region of the continent. The state is bordered by the Northern Territory in the West, South Australia in the Southwest and New South Wales in the South.

Best time to fly from Tacloban to Brisbane

The peak and busiest times of Brisbane are in May followed by July and August. Hotel prices, as well as flight tickets, will be higher than any other months. However, you can still get great deals if you book a flight or accommodation ticket earlier. The lesser month with travellers is in December. You can get cheap flight tickets and hotels if you are visiting Brisbane that month.

Main airports available in Tacloban and Brisbane

Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport – the airport is also known as Tacloban City Airport. It is an airport serving Tacloban common areas. The airport is the main entrance of Manila and Cebu to the Eastern Region of the Visayas in the Middle East of the Philippines. It is classified as a major Class 1 airport by the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is ranked eighth as the busiest airport and the third fastest growing airport in terms of passenger numbers in the Philippines until 2017. The airport gets its name from the former head of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Daniel Z. Romualdez. It is one of the two airports in the Philippines named after members of the Romualdez family. The other is Imelda R. Marcos Airport.

Brisbane Airport – is the only airport serving the city of Brisbane and is the third busiest airport in Australia after Melbourne and Sydney. Brisbane Airport has won many awards. It is located in the city area of ​​the same name. The airport serves the city of Brisbane and the surrounding metropolitan area. Brisbane currently serves 44 destinations in all states and territories of Australia. The airport is one of the main hubs for Virgin Australia and a regular hub for its low-cost international subsidiary, Pacific Blue Airlines and is the second hub for Qantas and its low-cost subsidiary Jetstar. The airport is part of the Brisbane – Sydney air route, which is the 12th busiest air route in the world and the seventh in the Asia Pacific. The airport also serves the Brisbane – Melbourne route, which is the 34th busiest flight route in the world. Brisbane Airport is home to Qantas's 767-300 and A330 weight care facilities. Virgin Australia has smaller maintenance facilities for the airline's 737 fleet. Other airlines such as QantasLink and Alliance also carry out maintenance at their facilities at this airport. 

Climate pattern in Tacloban and Brisbane

According to the climate classification by Koppen, Brisbane has a humid subtropical climate. It has hot and wet summers while has a dry winter. The average temperature in Brisbane is around 16.6 °C and 26.6 °C.

Highlights in Brisbane

  1. Brisbane River – This river is the longest river in Queensland, Australia flows through the city of Brisbane and ends at Moreton Bay. This river has a length of about 344 km. 
  2. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary – Only 12 km from the city of Brisbane, you can go to the best tourist attractions in Brisbane. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the first and largest nature reserve for Koalas in the world.
  3. Queensland Museum – If you are into arts, you can visit this museum. You will be very satisfied with what you will see inside.

Airport in Tacloban

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