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Brisbane in flood danger Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T / M.H Qantas issue flood condtions waiver Brisbane River burst its banks this morning as evacuations and power outages continued, with airlines issuing flood waivers for travellers.Although flights are operating as scheduled, flood conditions in Brisbane have caused disruptions to people’s flight arrangements.Qantas customers holding valid tickets for travel to/from Brisbane up to and including Thursday 13 January have been offered a special waiver of conditions.Passengers have been given the opportunity to re-route, return, re-book or retain the value of their purchased ticket, given the current circumstances.Emirates has also waived all fees and penalties for any customers who need to postpone or cancel their flights from or to Brisbane Airport. The waiver extends to passengers travelling on Emirates’ interline airfares from or to other destinations in Queensland that connect with Emirates’ Brisbane services. A number of buildings in the CBD and Fortitude Valley have been evacuated, while West End residents have been urged to move to higher ground, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.Two evacuation centres will be operating including the centre at QEII Stadium on Kessells Road at Nathan, in the city’s south, as well as the RNA Showgrounds at Bowen Hills.North of the city, Caboolture has become completely isolated, while Strathpine residents are also being told to make for higher ground.Evacuations are also under way on Brisbane’s north-side at Albion and Bowen Hills, the ABC reported.Trains travelling north of Burpengary and west of Ipswich have been disrupted by the floodwaters.