Sydney may not need a second airport: expert

Sydney may not need a second airport at Badgery’s Creek as aviation technology continues to develop, according to expert Geoffrey Thomas.

Speaking with Sky News, Mr Thomas said that cities around the world have seen a trend back to downtown city airports.

‘(We’re) going to start seeing a diminishing of Sydney’s role as the big hub in Australia with airplanes like the 787, A350 flying out of smaller capital cities or regional airports to destinations like Los Angeles.’

The location of Kingsford Smith airport is ideal for business travellers because of its proximity to the city, Mr Thomas said…

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