​​​​What else is possible at Cunderdin Aerodrome?

Redeveloping the present-day Cunderdin Aerodrome into an international-standard "gas n go" ALS requires a substantial parcel of land and a lot of pavement. There's more to it than that, but they are the expensive bits. 

There's no such thing as "half a runway" when it comes to widebody passenger aircraft, so the single development step to establish the ALS infrastructure is significant. With all the included elements, the redeveloped site offers a range of additional development and enterprise opportunities.

But we're not in any rush. We are not embarking on additional site or infrastructure expansion on a "build it and they will come" strategy. We're a cautious bunch - every decision we've made on our journey so far has been reached after much analysis, modelling, comparison, and testing with relevant stakeholders. And importantly, each decision is backed by evidence and market demand.

We have plans for Cunderdin Aerodrome in addition to its role as an ALS, but first things first.