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Approval for Master Plan 2009


Sydney Airport has welcomed the Australian Government’s approval of its 20 year Master Plan 2009.
The approved Master Plan outlines the vision for the operation and continued development of Australia’s leading airport to the year 2029 and is based on:
• No changes to the curfew
• No changes to flight paths
• No changes to the aircraft movement cap
• No new runways
• No change to access arrangements for regional airlines
The approved Master Plan 2009 forecasts that passenger numbers will gradually increase by an
average of 4.2% each year to reach 78.9 million passengers in 2029.
The CEO of Sydney Airport, Russell Balding, said that the approved Master Plan 2009
demonstrates that Sydney Airport will sustainably manage the forecast growth in airline travel.
“Airport facilities including terminals, hangars, aprons, freight facilities, car parking and airport
roads will all be progressively upgraded over the next 20 years.
“Importantly, the forecast noise footprint for Sydney Airport in 2029 has been reduced relative to
that forecast for 2024. This is because new aircraft are larger, quieter, cleaner and more fuel
efficient, a trend that will continue over the next 20 years,” Mr Balding said.
“I’d like to acknowledge the commitment and expertise that Sydney Airport’s professional staff
demonstrated with the preparation of the Master Plan 2009. Work on the Master Plan
commenced in 2007 and also involved contributions from internationally recognised experts in
their particular fields of aviation and airport planning.
“I‘d also like to thank all the individuals and organisations who participated in the extensive public
consultation process undertaken to support the development of the Master Plan. Sydney Airport
undertook formal consultation with industry stakeholders and the public that involved considering
73 written submissions, 95 face-to-face briefings and nine community open days” Mr Balding
Mr Balding also welcomed the Minister’s announcement that the Government will work with the
NSW Government to look at ways of providing integrated transport solutions for the airport.
Sydney Airport is one of Australia’s most important pieces of transport infrastructure. It makes a
substantial economic contribution to Sydney and NSW directly generating more than 75,000 jobs
directly and a further 131,000 jobs indirectly.
Sydney Airport is the national gateway and handles about 45% of Australia’s international
passengers. Sydney Airport’s proximity to the CBD provides our vital tourism, major events and
conference industries with a unique advantage.

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