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APN OUTDOOR SIGNS ADVERTISING AGREEMENT WITH SYDNEY AIRPORT

Airport Technology | August 22, 2018

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Australian outdoor advertising company APN Outdoor has extended its strategic partnership agreement with Sydney Airport. Under the terms of the 5.5-year agreement, APN Outdoor will cover advertising assets across all domestic and international terminals. The contract also includes external billboards approaching and within the Sydney Airport precinct. The contract extension will add the T3 domestic terminal to APN Outdoor’s current assets at the T1 International terminal and the T2 domesti...

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SYDNEY AIRPORT NIXES T4 DEVELOPMENT IN DRAFT MASTER PLAN

Flightglobal | August 27, 2018

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Sydney airport has signaled major future developments for its two terminal precincts to handle expected passenger growth over the next 20 year but has omitted a proposal to build a fourth terminal from its 2039 preliminary draft master plan. By 2039, it expects to handle 65.6 million passengers, with just under half of those to be international, over 408,000 aircraft movements and one million tonnes of freight. As a comparison, last year the airport handled 43.4 million passengers, up 3.2% on th...

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SYDNEY AIRPORT TO REDUCE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ‘QUIET TERMINAL’ INITIATIVE

Airport Technology | September 18, 2018

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Sydney Airport has announced plans to reduce announcements at T1 International Terminal as part of a new ‘quiet terminal’ initiative to offer a relaxing environment for passengers. Starting 17 September 2018, announcements will be limited to gate areas at the terminal, with only important announcements to be broadcast beyond these areas. This change will enable the airport to join other airports across the globe such as Changi, Dubai, Hong Kong and Helsinki that have also embraced si...

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SYDNEY AIRPORT PLANS ON GREETING THE FUTURE FACE-FIRST

International Airport Review | March 04, 2019

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As Sydney Airport approaches their Centenary anniversary as a commerical flight centre, Geoff Culbert explains how the past has helped to shape the future of aviation, through its use and implemetation of state-of-the-art biometric technologies. With a place in history as one of the oldest continually operating airports and the base for Nigel Love’s first commercial flight, Sydney Airport now accommodates more than 43 million passengers and contributes $38 billion each year to the Australi...

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APN OUTDOOR SIGNS ADVERTISING AGREEMENT WITH SYDNEY AIRPORT

Airport Technology | August 22, 2018

Australian outdoor advertising company APN Outdoor has extended its strategic partnership agreement with Sydney Airport. Under the terms of the 5.5-year agreement, APN Outdoor will cover advertising assets across all domestic and international terminals. The contract also includes external billboards approaching and within the Sydney Airport precinct. The contract extension will add the T3 domestic terminal to APN Outdoor’s current assets at the T1 International terminal and the T2 domesti...

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SYDNEY AIRPORT NIXES T4 DEVELOPMENT IN DRAFT MASTER PLAN

Flightglobal | August 27, 2018

Sydney airport has signaled major future developments for its two terminal precincts to handle expected passenger growth over the next 20 year but has omitted a proposal to build a fourth terminal from its 2039 preliminary draft master plan. By 2039, it expects to handle 65.6 million passengers, with just under half of those to be international, over 408,000 aircraft movements and one million tonnes of freight. As a comparison, last year the airport handled 43.4 million passengers, up 3.2% on th...

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SYDNEY AIRPORT TO REDUCE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ‘QUIET TERMINAL’ INITIATIVE

Airport Technology | September 18, 2018

Sydney Airport has announced plans to reduce announcements at T1 International Terminal as part of a new ‘quiet terminal’ initiative to offer a relaxing environment for passengers. Starting 17 September 2018, announcements will be limited to gate areas at the terminal, with only important announcements to be broadcast beyond these areas. This change will enable the airport to join other airports across the globe such as Changi, Dubai, Hong Kong and Helsinki that have also embraced si...

Read More
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SYDNEY AIRPORT PLANS ON GREETING THE FUTURE FACE-FIRST

International Airport Review | March 04, 2019

As Sydney Airport approaches their Centenary anniversary as a commerical flight centre, Geoff Culbert explains how the past has helped to shape the future of aviation, through its use and implemetation of state-of-the-art biometric technologies. With a place in history as one of the oldest continually operating airports and the base for Nigel Love’s first commercial flight, Sydney Airport now accommodates more than 43 million passengers and contributes $38 billion each year to the Australi...

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