Travel Radar
Ethan Jegaers
17 June 2024

The CEO of Western Sydney Airport provides an update on plans for terminals as they promise it to be “the people’s airport.”

The construction of the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport in Badgerys Creek has just passed the halfway point as they aim to provide a “seamless and reliable” experience for an estimated  10 million passengers when they open terminals in 2026.

As covered by Travel Radar, after decades of political limbo and anxiety that infrastructure at KSA would hit maximum capacity by 2030. The plans to build the Western Sydney Airport in the sparsely populated Badgerys Creek were officially given the green light by both Federal and State Governments in 2014 for $5.3 billion.

[Read on: Western Sydney Airport Construction passes Halfway Point - Travel Radar - Aviation News]

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