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The group stated that $500m of this investment will be spent on major aviation infrastructure projects.
South Australia’s Adelaide International Airport (ADL) has announced a $1bn investment plan that is set to expand major aviation projects and manage upgrades over the next five years.
According to the group, $500m of this investment will be used for major aviation infrastructure projects to meet “growing demand”.
According to ADL, the majority of its infrastructure projects are nearing the end of their design lives. Its investment plan will manage refurbishments such as terminal extensions, check-in infrastructure and parking service development.
Another element of its investment plan will be enhancing security services across the airport. AAL the introduction of new equipment for both passenger and checked baggage screening, which will be fully in place by late 2025.