Australian government has given its approval for a second airport at Sydney

April 19, 2014
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The government of Australia has officially decided on other airport at Sydney
 
Plans intended for the airport would begin immediately and the construction would take place in 2016 and it is targeted to be completed by 2025.

The government of Australia had recently approved the Master plan for Sydney‘s Airport. The plan has a vision that determines how it could meet the anticipated number of Seventy four million passengers in 2033.

Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas has been supporting the construction of another airport at Sydney. He said that Sydney is an important entry for air traffic and that the nation would experience the advantage of having 2 significant airports.

The governments of New South Wales and Commonwealth governments are investing greater than 1 billion Australian Dollars over the future estimates and 3.5 billion Australian Dollars over the 10 years in key infrastructure improvements.

According to Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of Australia, the country requires a new airport due to the reason that the present Kingsford-Smith airport is attaining its capacity. He also said that if the airport is not approved, the country would lose 34 billion dollars in economic activity and 80,000 more jobs.
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