Hold those billions in 'good debt'. There is an alternative way of building Sydney's 2nd airport without any?
The dream of a Sydney with two large airports competing on car parking and passenger user charges might just be about to come true
That whining noise you hear in Sydney this morning doesn't comes from jet engines but the owners of the city's airport
It's time for the public to look critically at credit ratings agencies taking up positions that support businesses like airports during negotiations with government
For tens of million of abused Sydney Airport users, could sweet revenge be at hand?
Perhaps the PM for Rail, Malcolm Turnbull, should have tea and biscuits with his recidivist deputy Warren Truss after the Infrastructure Minister’s vaguely disconnected references today to there not being a need for trains to the new Sydney West airport until some time after 2060.
Sydney West airport, expected to open by around 2025 at the Badgerys Creek site, will have an initial 3700 metre runway able to take all normal operations by any sized jet from Day One according to Infrastructure Minister and deputy PM Warren Truss.
Vietnam is reported as having further advanced the construction of a massive new hub airport for Ho Chi Minh City which will could grow to a capacity to handle more than 100 million passengers a year by the middle of the century.