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).
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The Australian government is to develop a Regional Aviation Policy statement with the support of the AAA.
A Productivity Commission report has found there is no need for changes to the existing economic regulations of airports in Australia.
Airport investment and effective land use planning are essential for sustainable growth and longevity of the development of Australia's regional airports.
All stakeholders within the aviation industry are presently faced with the challenge of minimising their impact on the environment. From carbon emissions, noise levels, water usage and waste, all aspects of airport operations need to be considered with a sustainable mindset.
To help tackle the skilled-workforce shortages that are predicted, the AAA launches a mentoring programme focused on sharing expertise with the next generation of airport professionals.
The rapid advancement of technology in the airport industry has been a significant theme in recent years. Airports are working to embrace opportunities and manage the challenges that come with the pace of change. In the first of a series for International Airport Review, Caroline Wilkie, CEO of the Australian…
With an infrastructure deficit of AU$170 million, a new pledge of AU$100 million will see the sustainable development of regional airports in Australia.
The AAA has renewed calls for the establishment of a AU$100 million Regional Airport Infrastructure Fund - the fund would help address the $170 million aeronautical infrastructure deficit that regions already face.