There is absolutely nothing common about The Common at BNE
Monday 9 May 2022: Passengers at Brisbane Airport’s Domestic Terminal will enjoy an array of picture-perfect food and cocktails, with The Common opening to the public last week.
Owned and operated by Airport Retail Enterprises (ARE), one of Australia’s most experienced airport F&B operators, The Common features all-day breakfast & brunch, tapas, share plates, and the largest cocktail menu on airport.
With an exquisite light and modern décor and an impeccably delicious menu that caters to all levels of appetite, The Common is set to be one of the most ‘Instagramable’ airport restaurants in Australia.
Located on Level 2 concourse between the central and northern satellites, The Common is bathed in natural light, with the glass allowing passengers to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the airfield and apron.
Martin Ryan, Executive General Manager Commercial at Brisbane Airport Corporation, said he is proud of the partnership with ARE as they continue to deliver innovative and quality F&B.
“We are incredibly excited with the addition of The Common to our Domestic Terminal, as it offers an exciting menu and a unique atmosphere that we know passengers will love.
“It is an exciting time to welcome another store to the Brisbane Airport family. With passenger numbers continuing to grow, consumer confidence is undeniably returning and there is a real energy and buzz that can be felt when you are in the terminal.”
John Chapman, CEO of Airport Retail Enterprises, said, “The Brisbane team took the time during Covid to develop the flavour profile of this menu and I am excited to share the results with staff and customers in the terminal. Today’s opening marks yet another step in the recovery of our business and the industry after a tough couple of years”.
Already a long-time tenant of Brisbane Airport’s Domestic Terminal, ARE operates a number of other F&B stores onsite including Coffee Royal, Merlo, Graze Grill & Bar, Mezze ZaZa, New Farm Confectionary, Newstead Brewery, and Seeds by Bruno Loubet.