WSI. Opportunity and choice.
Western Sydney International Airport (WSI) is on track to open in 2026 and will be Sydney's first curfew free airport.
With 24/7 operations and freedom from regulated movement caps, your airline will soon have the choice and the operational efficiencies you need at a new airport to Australia’s international gateway, Sydney.
We value what you do - performance
We co-designed Sydney's new greenfield airport with airlines so you can do what you do best, fly.
Strong domestic network across Australian cities
The first domestic services at Sydney's new airport have been confirmed, with the Qantas Group announcing up to 15 narrowbody aircraft will operate from WSI. These aircraft will carry more than four million passengers on 25,000 flights in the first year.
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Designed to be better for everyone
Sydney's new airport experience is being shaped by more than 50,000 customers on our panel, who give regular inputs to shape the airport experience and services through surveys.
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Unparalled growth in Western Sydney
- Significant catchment when WSI opens in 2026.
- $15 billion investment in infrastructure surrounding the airport
- Third largest Australian economy. Thriving business precinct to surround the airport
- 10% population growth in Western Sydney in 2021 census compared to 0.5% in the rest of Sydney.
Western Sydney International Airport. Built for growth. Designed for opportunity.
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