| First of all: as a disabled person with a disabled parking pass, the short-term parking at the international airport is terrible. When my daughter and I went to pick up husband, all signs said "Undercover parking full - please only park in undercover parking, if your a long-term parking customer. All short-term parking customers: please proceed to the outside parking lot". OK, so we did what we were told and followed the signage to the outside parking lot for the designated short-term parking. It was located at the end of the undercover multilevel car parking building. We drove around and around and could not locate 1 designated disabled spot whatsoever. We looked again: Nothing!! And had we chosen one of those spots, it was a very long distance from the terminal access - a longer walk and more difficult for those with a disability coming to pick up family or friends. There was no way, that I or my daughter could handle such a difficult trek and may I add: there was no signage that we could easily see pointing anyone from the outside short-term parking to the terminal access. So, we decided we had no choice but to ignore all temporary and permanent signage and try and search for a disabled park inside the multilevel car park, close to the elevator's. After 2 levels, we found several vacant disabled spots in the designated long-term parking section. This is what we needed, so we took one. Major problems here: Undercover Multilevel carpark was not full, when signs said it was. For the requirements of disabled people: clear signs need to be pointed to all disabled parking. It would make better sense to put long-term parking outside and short-term parking inside, as the turnover and movement of passengers and family meeting passengers is greater. Disabled drivers or those with a disabled parking pass need to know where to go clearly and quickly. There are no disabled parking places for anyone forced to park outside. Those who cannot walk long distances, with a disabled parking pass need to access all available disabled parking places, whether they are short or long term with clear signage and a physical person assisting those coming in. Brisbane Airport Corporation need to understand that the current parking set up and organisation is too complicated, confusing and unhelpful for those of us who already suffer daily from mobility issues. The other issue is the following: The aluminium and brown tan rows of seating provided in the international arrivals waiting hall must be at least 20 years old. I am sure I remember these exact same seating rows in use in this same seating / greeting area when I was in my early 20's - which was about 28 years ago. If not, they certainly look and feel that old and make one feel like the BAC does not concern itself with the comfort and health of family / friends arriving to pick up loved ones in the arrivals hall at the international terminal!!