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Adelaide Airport master plan approved

written by australianaviation.com.au | December 22, 2009

Transport Minister Anthony Albanese has approved Adelaide Airport’s 2009 Master Plan, which outlines the expansion of aviation and passenger facilities at the airport, including a new charter terminal, air traffic control tower, multi-level car park and hotel, road modifications, and relocation of freight handling facilities.

Included in the approval are conditions which will provide for better planning integration and consultation with state and local government authorities on airport development and aircraft noise issues, while the curfew will be maintained.

Adelaide Airport also recently started construction on a number of redevelopments around the terminal area, including new parking arrangements and a new road network.

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