Protesters say the new runway at Brisbane Airport which opened in 2020 has had a harmful effect on local residents ©Getty Images

A protest is planned at Brisbane Airport next month after warnings of a dramatic increase in the number of flights to the site between now and the Brisbane 2032 Olympics.

The demonstration organised by the Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA) has been set for June 10.

The airport currently handles 600 flights each day but the figure is expected to rise to 850 per day by the time of the Olympics.

A new runway was opened in 2020 and the construction of a new terminal building is also likely before the Games.

More than AUD5 billion (£2.8 billion/$3.5 billion/€3.3 billion) is also to be spent on upgrading existing facilities over the next 10 years.

Community groups are calling for a curfew on night flights.

"The capital airports of the next two Olympic host cities Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028 have curfews in order to protect their host communities," a BFPCA message on social media said.

The group have also warned that the projected site for the Olympic and Paralympic Athletes Village at Northshore Hamilton is "in the direct firing line of the new parallel runway."

A social media post asked "hows the serenity?" and said that "athletes trying to train, concentrate, rest and sleep in preparation for the Games should not be subjected to 'extreme noise torture.'" 

The dispute over noise from aircraft prompted a previous protest by residents in 2021.

"The demand for aviation services increase between now and the Brisbane 2032 Olympics that is in line with population growth," Brisbane Airport Corporation head of public affairs Stephen Beckett told Channel 7 News.

insidethegames has asked Brisbane Airport Corporation for comment.

The Brisbane Airport Corporation are sponsors of the Green and Gold Runway, a vehicle for Australian sport and business to determine "how Brisbane, Queensland and Australia can leverage the Olympic and Paralympic opportunity."