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Sidone Thomas, General Manager, Technology, Data & Digital at Sydney Airport tells International Airport Review how, due to the global pandemic, the airport’s technology team had to reset and evolve to meet new passenger expectations and requirements.
Traffic figures for March 2022 continue to show a steady recovery in domestic passenger at Sydney Airport, yet a gradual improvement remains for international passengers at 26 per cent of pre-COVID-19 levels.
As the Easter weekend approaches, Sydney Airport (SYD) has forecasted that, on 14 April 2022, 82,000 passengers will pass through its domestic terminals, surpassing peak post-COVID-19 results from 8 April 2022.
Australian airports are eager to work with the government on the new Aviation Recovery Framework to work on rebuilding the sector on its post-COVID-19 recovery.
Sydney Airport celebrates the return of international passengers and the commencement of quarantine-free travel, allowing friends and family to connect immediately for the first time in 582 days.
The commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030 incorporates all emissions under Sydney Airport’s operational control, and the airport will also continue its programme to target indirect ‘Scope 3’ emissions.
After temporarily ceasing operations on 22 April 2020 in order to accommodate parked aircraft, Sydney Airport's east-west runway has now resumed service.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Jane Rotsey, General Manager - Safety, Sustainability and Environment at Sydney Airport, states how, despite the uncertainty and challenges presented by the pandemic, the airport’s commitment to sustainability held fast.
The AAA's CEO has stressed the significance of the findings of the latest ACCC Airport Monitoring Report, which outlines the devastating impact of COVID-19 on Australian aviation.
Sydney Airport has welcomed the three-step plan released by the Business Council of Australia to lift the restrictions that are in place across Australia, which works in tandem with the country's vaccine programme.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report outlines that passengers are having a better experience as a result of airport investments.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Airports will all benefit from the implementation of airport collaborative decision making.
Toronto, Sydney, Munich and Hong Kong airports have all signed the declaration to join the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking.
New terminals and runways require long-term traffic forecasting and careful consideration of changing technologies, but they also provide the chance to explore how our workforce, our climate and our communities may change over time, highlights Caroline Wilkie, CEO of the Australian Airports Association (AAA).