If you smoke and are flying through Brisbane Airport, there are important things you should note about smoking regulations in the larger Queensland Government where Brisbane is located. This guide provides an overview of the smoking regulations in Brisbane Airport and what you need to know before you light up.
About Brisbane Smoking Regulations
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Effective September 1, 2016, the Tobacco and Other Smoking Products Act 1998 enacted by the Queensland Government prohibits smoking in outdoor pedestrian malls across Queensland. This comprehensive ban encompasses all forms of smoking, including but not limited to traditional cigarettes and electronic cigarettes.
Below is a snapshot from the City’s website;
So Can I smoke at Brisbane Airport?
Smoking is strictly prohibited within Brisbane Airport premises. Dedicated smoking areas are available outside the building. Please make use of these designated areas and dispose of cigarette butts in the provided bins to avoid penalties.
For the Domestic Terminal, smoking is not permitted inside the building. You can find sheltered smoking areas at both ends of the Terminal, outside the building.
At the International Terminal, there is one designated Smoking Balcony located on Level 3 in the Departures Lounge. It can be accessed after passing through security and Passport control, behind The Coffee Club. Read more on the official website here.
It is also restricted to e-cigarettes. In accordance with Brisbane Airport’s guidelines, no traditional cigarettes are allowed in the smoking area. Therefore, only those who possess an e-cigarette can take advantage of the designated area.
To ensure the safety and comfort of all travelers through Brisbane Airport, please observe these designated smoking regulations closely when lighting up. This will help prevent any misunderstandings and help ensure a pleasant experience for everyone.
Below is a Waze map showing domestic airport terminal where you can smoke at Brisbane Airport;
What other Smoking Regulations are there?
In addition to the Tobacco and Other Smoking Products Act 1998, Brisbane Airport also enforces several further smoking regulations. These include restrictions on the transportation of tobacco products through the airport as well as prohibitions against advertising or displaying tobacco products in public areas.
For more information on these regulations, please consult the Brisbane Airport website or contact their customer service team.
Smoking is a personal choice and should be respected as such. However, it is important to remember that when traveling through Brisbane Airport, there are certain smoking regulations in place to ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers. This guide provides an overview of the smoking regulations in Brisbane Airport and what you should be aware of before you light up. By following these regulations, everyone can enjoy a pleasant experience.
We hope this information is helpful and wish all passengers safe travels.
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