Brisbane Airport welcomed five-weekly Korean Air’s nonstop service between Seoul and Brisbane, delivering over 89,000 inbound seats per year. Brisbane Airport Corporation CEO Gert-Jan de Graaff said: “South Korea is an economic powerhouse, Queensland’s third-largest trading market, and a major technology partner in the state’s new energy economy. The return of permanent flights turns the tap back on for large-scale South Korean tourism to Queensland and makes it easier for students to study here and their families to visit.” Eyeing the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in Brisbane, the government estimate to generate $13.3 bn in international visitor expenditure
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