Adelaide Airport 2014 Master Plan
In compliance with Section 86 of the Airport Act 1996, Adelaide Airport Limited advises that the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development approved the draft Adelaide Airport Master Plan 2014 on 9th January, 2015.
The Master Plan, which covers a planning horizon of 20 years, is to remain in force for an expected duration of 5 years.
The Plan includes substantial infrastructure projects being considered in the short term while also providing a crucial road map to guide the airport’s operations in the longer term.
Adelaide Airport continues to grow as a major economic and employment generator in South Australia and over the next two decades plans to double the $2 billion it already contributes annually to the state economy.
Adelaide Airport plan to create another 3,500 new jobs over the next five years, which will take the total on-site workforce to more than 12,000, and continue to welcome more airlines and cater for more flights to more destinations domestically and internationally.
To read the 2014 Master Plan please click here.
Parafield Airport 2014 Master Plan
The 2012 Parafield Airport Master Plan can be located on the Parafield Airport website. Click here for more details.