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Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

Kerrie Mather, Chief Executive Officer
Kerrie Mather
Chief Executive Officer
IATA Code
SYD
ICAO Code
YSSY
Corporate Address
10 Arrivals Court
Sydney International Airport
NSW 2020
Australia
Website
http://www.sydneyairport.com.au
City
Sydney
Country
Australia
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Sydney
Sydney Bankstown Airport
Sydney Camden Airport
Runways
2530m x 45m
3962m x 45m
2438m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air Canada
Air China
Air India
Air New Zealand
Air Niugini
Air Vanuatu
AirAsia X
Aircalin
All Nippon Airways
American Airlines
Asiana Airlines
British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Cebu Pacific
China Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Emirates Airline
Etihad Airways
Fiji Airways
FlyPelican
Garuda Indonesia
Hawaiian Airlines
Indonesia AirAsia X
Japan Airlines
Jetstar Airways
Korean Air
LAN Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Philippine Airlines
Polar Air Cargo
Qantas Airways
Qatar Airways
Regional Express (Rex)
Scoot
Sichuan Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Tasman Cargo Airlines
Thai Airways
Tigerair Australia
United Airlines
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin Australia
Xiamen Airlines
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Aegean Airlines
Aer Lingus
Aerolineas Argentinas
Air France
Air Malta
Air Mauritius
Air Serbia
Air Seychelles
Air Tahiti Nui
airberlin
Alaska Airlines
Alitalia
Austrian Airlines
Bangkok Airways
Belavia
CSA Czech Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines
Finnair
Firefly
Iberia
Jet Airways
Kenya Airways
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Lufthansa
NIKI
SAS
South African Airways
SriLankan Airlines
SWISS
TAM Airlines
Turkish Airlines
Virgin Atlantic Airways

Formally known as Kingsford Smith Airport, Sydney Airport serves Australia's largest city, Sydney. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 35 airlines, the airport is a major hub for airlines including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, QantasLink and Rex. The airport is operated by Sydney Airport Corporation.

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AirAsia X Part 2: LCC's Australian expansion could include Brisbane, Canberra, Nth Queensland

11-Aug-2016 3:38 PM

Malaysia’s AirAsia X is considering the launch of services to several new gateways in Australia. Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra and Townsville are all under consideration as the medium/long haul low cost group resumes expansion.

AirAsia X is also considering launching nonstop flights from Kuala Lumpur to Auckland. The airline launched services to Auckland via the Gold Coast in Mar-2016 and the route has so far exceeded its expectations, prompting it to consider a nonstop product for Auckland and one-stop services to secondary destinations in New Zealand.

This is the second in a series of analysis reports on AirAsia X. The first report looked at the resumption of capacity expansion in the Australia-Malaysia market in 2016 with additional flights to existing markets. This report focuses on possible new destinations in Australia for 2017, and potential growth in New Zealand.

AirAsia X Part 1: Australia-Malaysia expansion resumes, while competitor Malaysia Airlines steadies

10-Aug-2016 9:00 AM

AirAsia X is resuming expansion in the Australia-Malaysia market, offsetting cuts which were implemented in early 2015 as part of a restructuring. The long haul low cost airline will operate 56 weekly flights between Australia and Malaysia in late 2016, matching its previous high of 56 weekly flights in late 2014.

AirAsia X is now looking at further expanding its network in Australia with several potential new destinations. Additional capacity to its four existing destinations – Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney – is also under consideration.

Cuts at Malaysia Airlines have opened up a potential opportunity for AirAsia X to add more capacity to Australia’s four primary cities – where Malaysia Airlines has relinquished traffic rights. AirAsia X has already added capacity from Jul-2016 to the Gold Coast, where there are no bilateral restrictions, and is adding three seasonal weekly frequencies to Melbourne from early Dec-2016.

Hawaiian Airlines emerges as the unit revenue champion among US airlines in 1H2016

9-Aug-2016 9:36 PM

Hawaiian Airlines’ unique geography continues to benefit the company in 2016 as favourable capacity trends are one factor in its industry outperformance in unit revenue metrics. Hawaiian’s outlook for the remainder of 2016 remains positive as industry capacity on its routes to North America and long haul destinations remains relatively benign.

The airline is acknowledging slight pressure in its inter-island operations due to heightened competition with the smaller operator Island Air. Hawaiian plans to adjust its inter-island schedule later in 2016 to maximise peak flying and cut some off-peak flights.

Hawaiian is expanding service to the Tokyo market in 2016 after being awarded new slots at Haneda airport. But the expansion is not affecting Hawaiian’s overall growth targets of a 2.5% to 5.5% increase in capacity, which is significantly lower than the double-digit expansion it recorded from 2011 to 2013.

CAPA Airport Innovation Summit explores opportunities to pursue new technology in Australia & beyond

5-Aug-2016 1:00 PM

Airports' pursuit of new technology to enable automation, increase capacity, improve service and enhance security was a key takeaway of CAPA's Airport Innovation Day Summit in Brisbane on 03-Aug-2016.

The third annual Airport Innovation Day Summit was part of the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit and attracted all the leading airports from the region.

For the first time on 16-Nov16 CAPA will hold an Airport Innovation Day Summit in Asia, as part of the CAPA Asia Aviation Summit in Singapore. As with the Australia event, the summit in Singapore will review the international and domestic market prospects for airports in the Asia region and the ways that airports are adopting and benefitting from innovative new technologies. For more information on the Airport Innovation Day Summit in Singapore click here.

Lion Group and Turkish Airlines could fill the void in Australia-Bali market as AirAsia X withdraws

5-Jul-2016 4:20 PM

Competition could again intensify on Australia-Bali routes, despite the upcoming withdrawal of AirAsia X. The long haul low cost group drove 7% growth in the Australia-Bali market in 2015 but is suspending services to Bali from Melbourne and Sydney at the end of Aug-2016.

The Lion Group and Turkish Airlines are both looking to launch services between Bali and Australia, which could potentially fill the void left by AirAsia X in the Bali to Melbourne and Sydney markets. The Lion Group could also fill the void in the Bali-Brisbane market left by Garuda Indonesia, which suspended services to Brisbane in early 2015.

The Australia-Bali market has grown steadily and nearly quadrupled in size over the last decade. However competition is intense, making it difficult for any new entrant – as AirAsia X discovered.

Australia-Philippines market faces overcapacity concerns as Cebu Pacific, PAL plan further expansion

29-Jun-2016 5:36 PM

Passenger traffic between Australia and the Philippines grew by 39% in 2015, making it Australia’s fastest growing international market. The Australia-Philippines market is poised for more rapid growth driven by expansion at Cebu Pacific Air and Philippine Airlines (PAL).

PAL is planning to use its new A321neo fleet to launch new nonstop flights to Brisbane and potentially add a second frequency to Sydney. Cebu Pacific plans to launch service to Melbourne as it expands its A330-300 fleet.

However, overcapacity is a major concern. Cebu Pacific’s entrance has stimulated demand but impacted load factors and yields. In 2015 the average load factor on Australia-Philippines flights was less than 67%, including a dismal 60% at PAL and only 64% at Cebu Pacific.

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