Badgerys Creek Airport. What would a second airport really do for Sydney? CAPA Airport Summit 2015
The Sydney second airport will be one of the biggest and most important pieces of infrastructure to be added to the Australian transportation network this century. But where does the project stand, and what will be its impact on the existing Sydney Airport and the wider national aviation system?
A comprehensive update on the status of the Sydney Second Airport, the planned facilities (aviation and ground transportation) and market prospects will be provided by the Deputy Secretary of the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Andrew Wilson, at the CAPA Airport Innovation Summit in Sydney on 03-Aug-2016.
This full day of key airport issues and top level speakers forms part of CAPA's Australia Pacific Aviation Summit 2015, from 3-5 August.
Mr Wilson’s Keynote Address is part of a blockbuster one-day event featuring the leaders of Brisbane Airport Corporation, Changi Airport Group, Cobham Aviation Services, DFW International Airport, JETGO Australia, Newcastle Airport, Northern Territory Airports, Qantas, Queensland Airports Limited, SNP Security, Sunshine Coast Airport, Sydney Airport, Tigerair Australia, Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF), Virgin Australia, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and Virgin Australia Cargo, Wellcamp Airport and more.
One-day tickets to the Airport Innovation Summit, at the Sheraton on the Park, Sydney, are available for AUD1,195 - but only until 30 June, when prices rise. Tickets may be purchased at by clicking here.
Airport Innovation Summit: 3 August, Sheraton on the Park, Sydney - AGENDA
09.00: Welcome by Conference Chairman
- HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, Partner, Richard Davis
09.10: Keynote Address: ‘The DFW Difference’ – delivering a world leading passenger experience, while meeting the needs of vastly differing airline business models
- DFW International Airport, CEO, Sean Donohue
09.40: The explosion of Asian outbound travel: What are airports doing to achieve their fair share of the growth
- Airports, tourism bodies and other agencies need to work together in areas of visitor facilitation, destination marketing and readiness for the burgeoning inbound arrivals markets of Asia. Is this occurring and can efforts be enhanced?
- China’s primary and secondary markets: how big will they get, and how to best equip for this growth?
Moderator: Tourism Futures International, Managing Director, Bob Cain
- Changi Airport Group, Senior Vice President, Market Development, Lim Ching Kiat
- Sydney Airport, CEO, Kerrie Mather
- Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF), CEO, Margy Osmond
10.30: Coffee Break
11.00: Markets Update: How is airline strategy shifting the outlook for Australia’s airports
Panellists will review the international, domestic and regional market outlook for the airports sector, in light of the evolving economic outlook, aircraft technologies, alliances and airline business models.
- How long will Western Australian aviation activity (FIFO/Charter) be dampened and are Queensland and the Northern Territory poised for more growth?
- How much will the SYD-MEL-BNE triangle grow in the next 18 months?
- How are East Coast regional markets performing?
- Which international markets hold the greatest promise, and which ones will stagnate?
- How will the market profile change?
Moderator: HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, Partner, Richard Davis
- Emirates, Divisional Vice President Australia and New Zealand, Rob Gurney
- Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and Virgin Australia Cargo, Chief Executive, Merren McArthur
- Queensland Airports Limited, Managing Director, Dennis Chant
- JETGO Australia, Managing Director Airlines, Paul Bredereck
- Cobham Aviation Services, Vice President & General Manager, Ryan Both
- Qantas (invited)
12.15: Keynote Address: Emerging and “Emerged” Markets: Australia’s aviation policy approach to the fast-growing and established markets
Is Australia’s approach to air services liberalisation changing in light of the emergence of new airline business models and question marks around ‘open skies’?
- Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, General Manager, Aviation Industry Policy, Stephen Borthwick
14.00: The opportunities for Australia’s alternative international gateways
Australia’s emerging gateways are looking at new international inbound/outbound opportunities.
- What are the opportunities and constraints? How to grasp them?
- Hastings, Investment Director Infrastructure, Matthew Lorback
- Wellcamp Airport, General Manager, Phil Gregory
- Sunshine Coast Airport, General Manager, Peter Pallot
- Newcastle Airport, CEO, Peter Cock
- Northern Territory Airports, CEO, Ian Kew
14.45: The Smart Airport: Technology and Services that are driving better passenger outcomes
We invite key stakeholders in the airport passenger experience to share their views on where airports are excelling - and where they’re not - at creating a seamless passenger experience.
- Who is at the cutting edge and who is behind the 8-ball?
- Where does it make a difference?
Moderator: Airbiz, Managing Director, Greg Fordham
- SNP Security, Managing Director, Tom Roche
- Board of Airline Representatives of Australia (BARA), Executive Director, Barry Abrams
- Brisbane Airport Corporation, CEO & Managing Director, Julieanne Alroe
- Tigerair Australia, CEO, Rob Sharp
- Virgin Australia, General Manager of Network Operations, Andrew Lillyman
15.30: Coffee Break
16.00: Keynote Address: Badgerys of the Overflow? What a second airport really means for Sydney
A comprehensive update on the status of the Sydney Second Airport, the planned facilities (aviation and ground transportation) and market prospects.
- What will be the target (airline and passenger/freight) market?
- How important is it to avoid a curfew?
- How will the overall transport needs be met?
- Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Deputy Secretary, Andrew Wilson
16.30: The investment outlook: Which Aussie/NZ airports will outperform the pack
Finally, we turn to the analysts and investors, to deliver their verdict on which airports (listed or not) are poised to outperform the rest, and why…
Moderator: L.E.K. Consulting, Partner, George Woods
- Deutsche Bank, Head of Transport & Infrastructure Research, Cameron McDonald
- Ironstone Capital (invited)
- AMP Capital, Investment Director, Mar Beltran
- QIC (invited)
17.30: Prize Draw & Networking Reception, hosted by HWL Ebsworth
One-day tickets to the Airport Innovation Summit are available for AUD1,195 until 30 June when prices rise. Tickets may be purchased at by clicking here.
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