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Business Case for the SunShine CoaSt airport Master Plan

Business Case for the SunShine CoaSt airport Master Plan

Business Case for the SunShine CoaSt airport Master

Business Case for the Sunshine Coast Airport Master Plan (November 2009)

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  • Page 45 and 46: appendix A Sunshine Coast Airport M
  • Page 47 and 48: Contents CONTENTS..................
  • Page 49 and 50: Disclaimer Disclaimer Whilst every
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    FIGURE 1-4 RPT APRON LAYOUT FIGURE

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    operations will be possible by a ra

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    Thus, the desired airport developme

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    1.3 Purpose of the Master Plan A Ma

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    1.6 Land Use The airport is surroun

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    A trans-Tasman route starting July

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    ♦ 2004/05 - 2009/10 1.8% per annu

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    Due to the short turnaround times o

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    3 Aircraft Aprons 3.1 RPT Apron The

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    Future expansion of the western GA

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    Note: Level A: Level B: Level C: Le

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    5 Surface Access and Parking 5.1 Ac

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    5.3 Parking The existing car park h

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    unway strip width, a minimum 150m w

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    ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ B737-70

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    8 Aviation Support 8.1 Aerodrome Re

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    8.5 Control Tower The existing cont

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    the office block and terminal. The

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    FIGURE 9-1 MASTER PLAN (EXISTING BO

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    ♦ Australian Noise Exposure Forec

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    ♦ Figure 10-1 : 2020 Existing Run

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    10.1.7 ANEF Following a review of t

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    10.2 Flora and Fauna Impacts on flo

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    Burrowing Skink (Ophioscincus tunca

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    11 Staged Development 11.1 Staging

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    Commence construction on new runway

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    Appendix A - Schedule of Consultati

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    Date Organisation Position 22-07-05

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    1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Sunshine Coast

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    It should be noted that several pea

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    Sunshine Coast Airport - New Runway

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    New Runway Project Strategy Trigger

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    New Runway Project Strategy Copyrig

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    New Runway Project Strategy Table o

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    New Runway Project Strategy · To d

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    New Runway Project Strategy Project

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    New Runway Project Strategy Project

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    New Runway Project Strategy Project

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    New Runway Project Strategy 2. Proj

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    New Runway Project Strategy 2.6.1.

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    New Runway Project Strategy 2.9. Op

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    New Runway Project Strategy constru

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    New Runway Project Strategy 3.4. St

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    New Runway Project Strategy 3.8.2.

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    New Runway Project Strategy • Fig

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    New Runway Project Strategy 4.7. To

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    New Runway Project Strategy 5.4. Pr

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    New Runway Project Strategy · Prep

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    New Runway Project Strategy Stage/T

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    New Runway Project Strategy Project

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    New Runway Project Strategy 8.4.2.

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    New Runway Project Strategy 9. Proj

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    New Runway Project Strategy 10. Ris

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    New Runway Project Strategy 11. Kno

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    New Runway Project Strategy 11.5. D

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    New Runway Project Strategy 13. Eng

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    New Runway Project Strategy 14. Ass

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    Appendix 1 to Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    Appendix 2 to Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    Appendix 2 to Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    Appendix 4 to Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    Appendix 6 to Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    appendix c Sunshine Coast Airport T

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    Contents Sunshine Coast Airport Tra

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    1 1. Overview The Sunshine Coast Ai

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    3 Figure 2.1: Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    5 2.2 Airline Services History at S

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    7 Table 2.3: Sunshine Coast Airport

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    o Rising default rates on subprime

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    11 Figure 3.1: Crude Oil and Jet Fu

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    carbon emissions by discouraging tr

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    V Australia commenced services betw

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    Emirates currently has the world's

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    19 4. Key Drivers of Traffic Growth

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    21 Table 4.2: Sunshine Coast Estima

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    o Additional capacity-related incre

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    25 Table 5.2: Sunshine Coast Airpor

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    27 • Relationships between driver

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    Based on its analysis of the schedu

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    31 7. Attachment 1: Sunshine Coast

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    33 8. Attachment 2: Review of Gold

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    • Virgin Group (domestic services

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    37 Table 9.1: Assessing Oil Price I

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    39 Revenue freight: the aggregate o

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    appendix d Cost Benefit Analysis

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    Table of contents 1 Executive Summa

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    Executive Summary 1.1 Executive sum

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    Executive Summary Conversely a pess

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    Background 2.1 Project Scope Pricew

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    Background 2.3 Source data and limi

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    3 Approach and methodology

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    Approach and methodology The model

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    Approach and methodology Inputs/Cal

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    Approach and methodology 3.4 Method

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    Approach and methodology 3.4.2 Bene

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    Approach and methodology 3.4.3 Bene

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    Approach and methodology Components

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    4 Results and discussion

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    Results and discussion comparable a

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    Results and discussion PV Expenditu

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    Results and discussion 4.3 Master P

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    Results and discussion PV Master Pl

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    Results and discussion Description

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    Results and discussion 4.4.3 Employ

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    Results and discussion 4.4.4 Local

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    Results and discussion PV monetised

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    Results and discussion Description

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    PV monetised economic benefits ($'0

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    Results and discussion Capital cost

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    Results and discussion The sensitiv

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    Conclusions and recommendations 5.1

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    Appendix A Full project brief NOT F

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    Appendix C CBA Summary NOT FOR PUBL

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    Appendix E Information sources NOT

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    appendix e Precinct Map (October 20

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    iacoversheet

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    Proposal Summary Initiative Name: L

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    Stage 1: Goal Definition Goal State

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    Stage 1: Goal Definition This inclu

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    Stage 1: Goal Definition creation a

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    Stage 2 and 3: Problem Identificati

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    Stage 2 and 3: Problem Identificati

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    Stage 2 and 3: Problem Identificati

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    Stage 5: Option Generation REFORM (

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    Stage 5: Option Generation It is cl

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    Stage 5: Option Generation · The m

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    Stage 5: Option Generation signific

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    Stage 6: Options Assessment Infrast

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    Stage 7: Solution Prioritisation In

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    3. Detail of any changes in land us

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    Discount Rates Summary results shou

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    · Only certain projects, addressin

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    The Use of Computable General Equil

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    friends and relatives (45 per cent)

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    4 | P a g e KEY ASSUMPTIONS UNDERPI

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    This policy document was prepared b

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    e connected to the whole region wit

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    10 | P a g e KEY ASSUMPTIONS UNDERP

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    Commercial precincts are to be offe

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    of approximately $590m. This equate

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    One-off benefits such as changes to

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    as the number of passenger hours sa

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    hypertensive disorders (and the lik

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    growth in the overall benefit due t

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    24 | P a g e KEY ASSUMPTIONS UNDERP

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    BCR 5.4 3.5 2.4 NPV $1,562m $645m $

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    Note: sample years have been provid

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    Emissions from increased air traffi

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    and 4.5.1 of the PwC CBA report. 5

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    7 | P a g e Value-add from addition

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    Low demand scenario and +30% capita

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    assured. Efficiency Enabling larger

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    Deliverability Assessment Sunshine

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    DELIVERABILITY ASSESSMENT o o o Wha

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    DELIVERABILITY ASSESSMENT infrastru

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