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Western Sydney Airport to commence major earthworks in 2020

Western Sydney Airport says major earthworks that involves shifting about 25 million cubic metres earth are set to begin in early 2020.

Freight companies to lend expertise for Western Sydney Airport

Ten freight and logistics companies will provide input towards the design and operation of the cargo facilities at Western Sydney Airport.

Qantas, Virgin Australia to help design and plan Western Sydney Airport

The Qantas and Virgin Australia airline groups have signed a memorandum of understanding to help plan and design the new Western Sydney Airport.

Western Sydney Airport to be named after Nancy-Bird Walton

The proposed airport at Badgerys Creek to honour one of Australia's greatest aviators and be named Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport

WOFA Podcast: Earth moves: Works begin at Western Sydney Airport

This Australian Aviation story from the December 2018 magazine edition features an interview with Western Sydney Airport chief executive Graham Millett.

Northrop Grumman mulls Western Sydney Aerotropolis plans

Northrop Grumman says it is continuing to work through plans to become an anchor tenant at the new aerotropolis planned for Western Sydney Airport. In May 2017 Northrop Grumman Australia announced it would invest $50 million to establish an electronic systems maintenance and sustainment centre at the forthcoming Western Sydney Aerotropolis, which will be built


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