One month left to look into AAL's master plan
Adelaide Airport (Australia) has released its "2019 preliminary draft master plan" (PDMP), highlighting its plans for growth, job creation and sustainable economic development over the next 20 years. The airport has grown significantly as a major economic and employment generator in South Australia, and this growth is expected to continue over the next two decades.
Over the next 20 years, forecasts indicate that airfreight will almost triple from 58,500 to 146,000 t. Infrastructure projects expected to be underway or completed over the next five years include a freight and logistics hub in the Airport East Precinct to the south of the main runway with dedicated access via Richmond Rd. The Adelaide Airport 2019 PDMP is on public display until 28 October. (ah)