The newest phase of earthmoving work will see approximately 25 million cubic metres of earth moved to enable the construction of Western Sydney International.
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Through its CEO series, International Airport Review spoke to Graham Millett, CEO of Western Sydney International, about how the airport is set to be a disruptor in Australian aviation.
A new bridge has now been opened to motorists, and was part of the initial earthworks for the new Western Sydney Airport.
With an expected increase in passenger numbers, Airservices Australia’s Chief Financial Officer, Paul Logan, discusses how the company is developing and how they will ensure that the industry keeps pace with future growth.
Working smarter is allowing airports to facilitate more passengers with the existing facilities. However, as Caroline Wilkie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Airports Association, highlights, with demand for air travel intensifying, infrastructure solutions are necessary to ensure the industry has the capacity to meet passenger needs.
Due to open in 2026, Western Sydney International is looking for a firm who can complete the airport's ambitious plans for the terminal building.
Western Sydney Airport has again been included among the nation’s ‘high priority infrastructure’ projects by Infrastructure Australia.