Brisbane Airport
I finally got to travel, primarily to Tokyo, the late last year. My previous vacation was in 2019, so it had been more than four years, so I was anxious and had difficulty falling asleep the night before. The airport felt strange and familiar at the same time. The arrangement of the customary duty-free stores and cafes was the same, but certain upgrades had given it a more polished appearance.

Because Brisbane Airport isn’t a large hub at all, it’s seldom too packed, so there’s always somewhere to sit. You can grab a coffee and make yourself comfortable—there are couches, long tables with power outlets and USB charging points, WiFi, and overall décor that almost feels like a private lounge. When you add headphones, it becomes the ideal workstation. This setup is quite a delight for someone like myself who has no particular status.
Birsbane Airport Waiting Area