The threat of a continued monopoly over the pricing of airline access to greater Sydney appears to have removed itself
The dream of a Sydney with two large airports competing on car parking and passenger user charges might just be about to come true
Screw the bush and their little planes! Another excellent result of selling essential public assets like airports to private monopolies
Who are these interests trying to load up a $5 bn Sydney West airport with a $25 bn high speed rail fantasy?
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
Sydney's 2nd airport was a no brainer 10 years ago but it will another decade before it opens
Almost as an aside an options paper for new rail links to Sydney's 2nd airport makes a startling proposal for fixing the problems with the trains that stop at its current single airport
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s announcing that the Sydney West airport at Badgerys Creek will be rail ready on its opening is a signal that public transport is one of his policy commitments that hasn’t been hand braked by the coalition’s conservative power brokers.