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Jandakot master plan approved

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 19, 2010

Jandakot Airport has received approval for its 2009 master plan, which sets out investments of $60 million in new infrastructure for the airport.

The new plan approval includes the addition of a fourth runway and associated taxiways, safety improvements to training areas, general aviation facilities and multi-use hangars. It also contains commitments that all commercial developments on the airport will comply with state planning policies, as well as the establishment of a Community Aviation Consultation Group.

Jandakot is the busiest airport in Australia, and is home to a number of flying schools, the WA Police Air Wing and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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