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Old November 19th, 2007, 01:30 PM   #1
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Melbourne Airports (MEL,AVV,MEB,MBW) - Pictures/News/Discussion

Time for a new thread; previous thread exceeds 500 posts.

Old thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=483716

Recent start ups:
1. Cathay has increased to 3 x daily from Oct 1.
2. Korean Air has started a 3 x weekly service using the A332 on Tues, Thu and Sat (arrival MEL).
3. Norfolk Air has started 1 x weekly Norfolk Island-SYD-MEL service.
4. Air NZ has gone back to MEL-AKL-LAX from MEL-AKL-SFO.
5. New twice weekly direct MEL-Guangzhou service with CZ's 777.

New flights/developments:
1. Qantas 2 x weekly to Shanghai from March 11 2008.
2. Qatar Airways sometime before June 2008.
3. Air China to de-link MEL from SYD and operate new direct 3 x weekly PEK-PVG-MEL-PVG-PEK service from Dec 3.
4. Oasis Hong Kong to start MEL very soon.
5. Air Asia X to start AVV flights soon.
6. Possible increase of Emirates flights to 3 x daily in 2008 (to be announced on Thursday 22 Nov 2007).
7. Qantas A380 on MEL-LAX from Aug 2008.
8. Singapore A380 on SIN-MEL from Jan 2009.
9. Possible direct Jetstar flights to Europe from 2009.

New $330 million international terminal expansion

http://www.melbourneairport.com.au/t2/

Melbourne Airport is set for the largest upgrade of its international terminal (T2) since the airport was built in the late 1960s.

Consisting of a number of individual projects, the expansions will make enormous changes to T2 – adding a total of 25,000m² of new space - and will roll out over the next 5 years at a combined total cost of over $330m.

The first of these key projects will be completed in 2010, with the construction of a new outbound international passenger security and Customs processing zone. Creating a new outbound passenger screening area, this project will increase security stations from 6 to 10, and increase Customs desks from 18 to 24. Security will also now be located before Customs – reversing the current sequence and improving passenger flows into the international passenger area.

Melbourne’s international baggage capabilities will also be enhanced to improve efficiency, with space for an additional two A380 baggage carousels being created as part of the expansion projects. Baggage delivery for outbound flights will improve by 50% - from 3000 bags per hour to 4500 bags per hour by 2012.

A completely new 7,000m² passenger concourse will be also added to T2, providing 5 new aircraft parking bays – including three gates with dual-level aerobridges, which will each be able to accommodate one A380 or two smaller aircraft. This area has been designed to maximize parking space for aircraft and will provide the closest views of runway activity passengers have ever seen.

An entire new international passenger precinct will be created by 2011, which – along with a major redevelopment of existing facilities – will add more than 5,000m² of new passenger lounge, café, duty free and specialty shop space to T2. The new precinct will feature 10-metre high windows providing spectacular views into the airfield, and has been designed to incorporate signature elements and design features of Melbourne architecture.

New Melbourne Airport CEO, Chris Woodruff, said that the expansion plans for T2 would set a new benchmark for airports in Australia.

“These developments are set to revolutionise the international passenger experience at Melbourne Airport,“ said Mr Woodruff. “By late 2011, passengers will have unrivalled views of the Melbourne airfield, and an international terminal that is above and beyond anything seen in this country.”

Construction on the first stage of the T2 expansion is set to commence in November this year. The various projects are being undertaken at different times over the next 5 years to ensure passengers are not affected by the works.

Mr Woodruff also signaled the critical importance to Melbourne Airport that it continues to deliver the highest of construction safety standards during the development projects.

“The safety record for Melbourne Airport’s A380 developments over the past 4 years has been industry leading. Work to upgrade our runway, for example, was delivered without a single workplace injury. Construction safety will remain an absolute priority for us throughout these major developments.”


The facts

http://www.melbourneairport.com.au/t2/facts.asp

These projects combined will be one of the largest infrastructure investments to take place in Victoria over the next 5 years, employing approximately 1000 people.
This is the largest upgrade of the international terminal that has been undertaken since Melbourne Airport was opened.
There are three key objectives for the upgrades:
Improve and expand processing and terminal facilities for passengers.
Increase airline gate capacity.
Upgrade the baggage system.
The combined total to be spent on these projects is more than $330m.
Works will be undertaken between 2007 and 2011.
These projects have been carefully planned to ensure little or no negative impact on passengers.
Tenders are being sought for the construction of these projects. The selected construction company will be announced by November 2007.
The combined constructions will add a total of approximately 25,000m2 to T2.

Outbound processing (November 2007 to May 2010)
Increase space in the outbound passenger processing zone.
Improve efficiency of processing by reversing the order of screening/processing. Security screening will be undertaken before Customs, not after.
X-ray stations will increase from 6 to 10.
Customs desks will increase from 18 to 24.
This project will add approximately 3,000m2 of floor space to the T2 Departures level.
Lounge facilities (November 2008 to December 2011)
This is an entirely new retail precinct for international passengers. It will add more than 5,000m2 of additional space to T2, in conjunction with a major redevelopment of existing facilities.
Passengers will have unrivalled views of the airfield - 10 metre high glass walls looking straight out in the bustling airfield.
This project will add 50% more cafe, lounge and specialty store space to T2.
There will be at least 10 new retail outlets in the new area.
The area has been designed to incorporate some signature elements and design features of Melbourne distinct architecture.

Gate expansion (February 2008 to August 2009)
This project will add an entire new concourse to T2 which will look out over the airfield from the existing terminal 'satellite'.
This new concourse will add a 5 new aircraft parking locations, including 3 dual-level aerobridges that can accommodate an A380 'superjumbo' or two smaller aircraft.
The design has been focused on providing the best possible views/experience to the passenger. This area will feature clean lines and floor-to-ceiling windows. Passengers will be closer to the main North/South runway than they have ever been, and will be able to watch take offs and landings from up close.
Arriving passengers will also have a fantastic arrival experience - rather than simply 'walking the tunnel', they will now be part of the airfield action.
This will add more than 7,000m2 to Terminal 2.

Inbound (November 2007 to December 2008)
This expansion provides space for an extra 2 A380-capable baggage carousels. This expansion will enable us to deliver capacity well beyond 2015.
This project will increase space, and add a new state of the art baggage system to T2.
Outbound (August 2010 to March 2011)
Baggage throughout will be increased for outbound baggage by 50% - from 3000 bags per hour (current) to 4500 bags per hour (2012).
Will enable quicker delivery of baggage through to aircraft.

Major new office development planned for Melbourne Airport

http://www.melbourneairport.com.au/a...tem.asp?id=419

Melbourne Airport has today announced plans for a major new office complex.

To be located on Melrose Drive, the planned office development is a partnership between Melbourne Airport and one of Australia’s largest office owners and developers, Investa Property Group.

The development is subject to regulatory approval from the Federal Department of Transport & Regional Services. It will comprise approximately 11 hectares of campus style, two and three-storey office buildings, providing a prime location for tenants looking for excellent access to Melbourne Airport.

“With only an 8 per cent share of the total office space in Melbourne, Melbourne’s north is crying out for greater business accommodation to serve its booming economic development,” said Melbourne Airport’s General Manager, Property Development, Gerard Neylan.

“Melbourne Airport will represent an attractive option for businesses considering a move, particularly with the outstanding growth this region is currently experiencing, and the advantage of unrivalled access to one of Australia’s key transport hubs.”

Construction is planned across three stages over the next ten years and will be built under stringent environmental design principles, carrying a 4.5 star Australian Building Greenhouse Rating (ABGR.)

“Consistent with Investa’s leading position on sustainability we share Melbourne Airport’s vision to create an affordable office park in the north leveraging off the airport location, while at the same time providing tenants with office space that meets the highest environmental standards,” said Investa Group Executive, Investa Commercial Developments, Richard Johnston.

The first stage, estimated to provide approximately 17,000m² of office space, is expected to commence in late 2008 and be completed by the end of 2009.

Target tenants include national/international hi-tech and pharmaceutical businesses, who will look for strong links with air freight. The location will also appeal to tenants looking for ease of commuting between national and international cities.

The planned development coincides with the recent Northern Exposure report by Northlink, the key partnership body promoting commercial property growth in Melbourne’s north, which highlighted the need for greater office accommodation in this region of Melbourne.

http://www.melbourneairport.com.au/d...Appendices.pdf


Exciting times ahead!
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Old November 20th, 2007, 04:46 AM   #2
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Low-cost carriers convince Avalon to spread wings

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...006785,00.html

AVALON airport executives are heading overseas this week to drum up business for a new $30 million international terminal designed to attract low-cost carriers to the former aircraft testing field near Geelong.

Owner Linfox is hoping at least to triple annual passenger numbers at the airport over the next three to five years as a result of the move and expected domestic expansion.

Linfox Airports managing director David Fox said yesterday: "We're about to go on a bit of a tour to have discussions with several different parties."

Linfox is hoping the new terminal will be an attractive alternative for long-haul, low-cost carriers emerging in the Asia-Pacific region and eyeing Australia.

Avalon is the home of the Australian International Airshow and has aircraft from around the world visiting for the binennial event. It has a 3000m runway capable of handling wide-bodied aircraft and has Boeing 747 aircraft landing at a Qantas maintenance facility there.

Its owners have spent $13million since 2004 to establish the airport, about 55km southwest of Melbourne, as a low-cost domestic airport and annual passengers numbers have grown to about one million on 70 weekly interstate services. The airport is already strongly favoured as a destination by Malaysian-based AirAsiaX, which began flying from Kuala Lumpur to the Gold Coast last month.

Mr Fox cited India's Kingfisher Airlines and carriers in Macau as other possibilities.

He said the airport was also in discussions with Jetstar and would visit the US to look at potential markets. Linfox hopes to start work on the new 8000sqm terminal in the first half of next year.

It will include customs, quarantine and immigration facilities as well as retail, duty free, food and beverage outlets.

It is expected to provide work for up to 420 additional people and provide a major boost to tourism to Victoria and the Geelong area in particular.

Likening the decision to build the new facility to a similar situation in Kuala Lumpur, Mr Fox said he did not believe Avalon would compete directly with Melbourne airport but would create an option for low-cost carriers.

He said it would offer airlines using Avalon greatly reduced operating costs.

"In reference of passenger numbers, I personally envisage within three to five years of probably having three or four, possibly even five, million passengers through the facility on a yearly basis," Mr Fox said.

"Probably three million's a good number to start with."

He said the airport had already been in talks with Airservices Australia about the additional capacity and air traffic control issues.

Talks had also opened about staffing immigration, quarantine and customs posts.
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Old November 20th, 2007, 02:18 PM   #3
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Good thing to see Melbourne Airport getting the upgrade. The check in desks are not too bad, but once you go through the doors, it is a bit of a let down. So hopefully they change that so that it doesn't look like some shopping centre in the Bogan belt of Melbourne, but more of an International Gateway that opens up and surprises you as you go further into the airport. Hopefully they are not going to force you to go through shops just to get to your flight, not everyone want to buy duty free!
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Old November 21st, 2007, 01:44 AM   #4
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Emirates boost Aussie flights as A380 flies in

http://www.news.com.au/travel/story/...-27977,00.html

EMIRATES is set to give Qantas more heartache as it boosts the number of seats it flies into Australia by more than 50 per cent in a multi-billion-dollar commitment to expand its local operations.

The airline announced yesterday that it would increase its weekly flights to Australia from 49 to 70 by 2009, using bigger and newer planes.

Emirates promises its A380 will dazzle

The expansion will include direct services to Melbourne and Sydney by 489-seat Airbus A380 superjumbos equipped with showers, lounges and other features the airline says will not be seen on competitors.

The airline will double its Brisbane flights, adding a second daily service from October next year using new A340-500 aircraft to operate non-stop to Dubai. Bigger Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with the airline's latest cabins will fly on the service via Singapore from July.

Melbourne will move from two to three daily services in February 2009, while Sydney will gain a third non-stop service later that year. The expansion uses all but 14 of the additional weekly flights allocated to Emirates for the next four years by the federal Government.

Australian market a boon for Emirates

Outlining the airline's plans in Sydney yesterday, Emirates chairman and chief executive Sheik Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum said the Australian market had exceeded all expectations by the airline since it launched its first flights to Melbourne in 1996.

He said the lack of availability of aircraft, compounded by delays to the A380, had made growth difficult but said the airline was optimistic the supply crunch was now easing.

The airline's recent massive order for 120 Airbus A350s, 11 extra A380s and 12 Boeing 777-300ERs reflected the airline's confidence in the future of air transport, Dubai and destinations such as Australia.

"Emirates believes this announcement will also help address the current seat capacity shortage at many Australian airports," he said.

New levels of cabin comfort promised

The airline is also promising new levels of comfort for passengers, after investing millions of dollars in new inflight products such as first-class suites, new lie-flat business seats and better economy facilities. Its new entertainment system boasts 1000 channels and 10,000 music tracks.

The announcement was immediately welcomed by the tourism industry, which said the new services would open the door to increased numbers of Middle East visitors.

Tourism lobby group TTF Australia's national aviation manager, Mark Dimech, said forecasts indicated visitor numbers from the Middle East were expected to grow 192 per cent between 2002 and 2016.

"Middle Eastern travellers stay longer and spend more than most other visitors to Australia. They are a perfect fit for the industry's strategy of attracting high-yield tourism," Dr Dimech said.

Fielding questions after the announcement, Sheik Ahmed said a partial float of up to 30 per cent of the airline to help fund its massive fleet order was still a possibility, but said the process had not started and timing was a matter for his Government.

Asked about any interest in Virgin Blue, Sheik Ahmed reiterated Emirates' stance that it would be focusing on its own growth.


GO EMIRATES!!!! One of the only airlines that sees growth opportunities in Melbourne!!

A few questions though:

1. So does that mean it will be 1 x daily 773, 1 x daily A380, 1 x daily A345? Or will the A345 be replaced with the A380?

2. Anyone guess the potential timing of the new flight?

Timing for the 3rd flight is perfect (2009)! Can give Qatar time to establish itself here before EK add the 3rd daily.

I was worried QR would have had 2nd thoughts about coming here if EK got in first but that looks like it isn't going to happen!
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Old November 21st, 2007, 04:58 AM   #5
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Qantas is shitful. I wish it was them that went under in 2001, and not Ansett.

I'm quite happy for Emirates to be the adopted 'national' airline of Victorians. They should open a sub airline within Australia based in ADL and MEL; 'Vasaas' (Victoria and South Australian Aerial Service)
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I'll be saying hello to Melbourne airport at 5:05am tomorrow.

I heard that there's no cabs around at that time.
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Old November 21st, 2007, 10:37 AM   #7
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Skybus will be there, don't know the story with cabs.
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Where does the Skybus leave from? I'm flying Jetstar () so is it very far away from the Qantas/Jetstar domestic terminal?
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Old November 21st, 2007, 01:48 PM   #9
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Where does the Skybus leave from? I'm flying Jetstar () so is it very far away from the Qantas/Jetstar domestic terminal?
Not at all, should be a stop out the front of the Qantas/Jetstar end of the Terminal where you can jump on!
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sky bus is right outside the terminal. www.skybus.com.au got everything you want to know on it including maps.
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I'm quite happy for Emirates to be the adopted 'national' airline of Victorians. They should open a sub airline within Australia based in ADL and MEL; 'Vasaas' (Victoria and South Australian Aerial Service)
I hope such an operation would not treat their staff like slave labor like Emirates does. Having staff sleeping in toilets is a disgrace.
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Starting to come to fruition from the master plan
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^Was that you who posted the link to the master plan on A.net? I'm surprised it's taken so long to have the master plan publicly available.
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G looks like a 2nd international terminal. snort.
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Old November 22nd, 2007, 09:51 AM   #15
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D is a much better option than the current Intl terminal proposal.

Will the Intl terminal be able to expand after the extension?

Any thoughts on what terminal G maybe for? Tiger? Or perhaps a Qantas/Jetstar Intl terminal? (like in London, e.g. BA terminal 4).

Looks like they also plan to expand the Hilton.

Still looks much smaller than BNE IMO.

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Hell will freeze over before MEL builds an international terminal dedicated to QF/JQ.

If the international terminal needs to expand then pier E should be demo'ed and a new pier and terminal building that is purpose built for international. Virgin and friends can then move along down the line to F and G.
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Old November 22nd, 2007, 11:35 AM   #17
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Just been reading up a bit on this. From my understanding, they're saying that that new terminal will be an integrated terminal for new future domestic carriers (I think) and that any rail link will have an underground station between the multi-level carpark (underneath the Hilton) and between the terminal(s).

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Canada joins Australia's open air route view

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AUSTRALIA'S managed approach to liberalisation of its aviation markets has received support from a visiting airline regulatory expert.

Air Canada's vice-president international, alliances and regulatory, Yves Dufresne, said liberalisation was the way ahead.

But he was not of the school, unlike some city states, which advocated a laissez faire policy.

He said over the years countries such as Britain, Australia and Canada had opted for what he called "open eye but open-minded policies".

This would attract some criticism and claims of protectionism but big countries such as Canada and Australia had a legacy of aviation as an essential service.

"I'm for liberalisation and I've always in my career pushed our government that way," Mr Dufresne said.

"But I don't want to be dogmatic about it. So when you do ask questions, like you guys do, it's not a bad thing."

The Canadian executive said he had also learned there was no such thing as a free lunch, even in negotiations with the most liberal countries.

"Everyone's trying to leverage their position but it's obvious that we have to move to a liberalised environment to let us do our business," he said.

"The way it's happening ... some governments have decided to manage their transition and I don't disagree with that."

Canada further liberalised its aviation arrangements with the US a year ago but did it in two phases.

Ironically, the airline ran in to troubles with the bilateral agreement between Australia and Canada when it tried to get permission to fly to Vancouver via Los Angeles.

The airline has now opted to fly non-stop to Sydney from next month using 777-300ERs and replacing them next year with long-range 777-200LRS.

Mr Dufresne said he was confident Canada and Australia would sit down in the short to mid term and strike a liberal agreement that would allow flights to operate via Los Angeles. He said it would be something Air Canada could still be interested in after the dust had settled on its new non-stop service.

"It's always something that's been out there and it will come one of these days," he said. "There's no doubt in my mind."

Mr Dufresne said Air Canada would also be interested in flying to Melbourne and possibly Brisbane. He said the airline operated to Melbourne for a season about five years ago and would like to try again.

"We're definitely interested in growing in this marketplace," he said, adding that the airline believed the new non-stop flights would stimulate travel.
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it would be good to have direct flights between Melbourne and Vancouver

are you people sure Qantas are cutting flights to Vancouver? theres been no announcement
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it would be good to have direct flights between Melbourne and Vancouver

are you people sure Qantas are cutting flights to Vancouver? theres been no announcement
Sydney was supposed to have a Honolulu-Toronto service - if they have Vancouver I don't see why Melb could not support a Melbourne-Honolulu-Toronto service. (allowing to profit from Hawaii in between)
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