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High Flyers Aviation CAIRNS AIRPORT 2018 is already proving to be an exciting year at Cairns Airport, and there is more to come. Passenger numbers reached a new record this February, hitting 5.3 million for a 12 month period. Chief Executive Officer, Norris Carter, said this is good news for everyone in Tropical North Queensland because growth at the airport generates greater prosperity across the region. “Cairns is certainly on a growth trajectory with new major hotel and residential developments, tourist attractions and community infrastructure coming online.” Norris said. “As the airport and our tourism partners work to attract more direct international flights into Cairns these developments boost the business case we can put to airlines.” “New direct international services will create new and more convenient access for more visitors from China and other parts of Asia, Europe and North America.” In December 2017, two new international services commenced flights into Cairns from mainland China: China Southern Airlines from Guangzhou; and Hainan Airlines from Shenzhen. “These new flights contributed to a very successful Chinese New Year that had the region positively buzzing,” Norris said. “Also bringing visitors from China and Hong Kong here for the traditional holiday period were the seasonal service from Shanghai by China Eastern Airlines and the year round services by Cathay Pacific Airways and Hong Kong Airlines, with the latter operating six flights per week for the whole of February.” “In addition many thousands of Chinese passengers arrived on domestic flights. It’s an interesting point to note that almost 80% of all international visitors to Tropical North Queensland travel on domestic flights.” “As passenger numbers grow we are also working hard to give all our customers what they want, whether they are travellers, airlines or airport tenants. “Exciting news for passengers, and everyone coming to the airport, is that a range of new cafes, bars and restaurants will come online this year.” “Our recent customer insights survey showed that passengers are looking for more diverse dining and refreshment options that capture the distinct flavours of the region. So that’s exactly what the new outlets will deliver.” In February Cairns Airport announced that renowned airport food and beverage operator, Emirates Leisure Retail Australia (ELR), will run the new outlets, building on their wellestablished track record in major airports throughout Australia including Sydney, Melbourne, CityLife 58 Magazine

High Flyers Aviation CAIRNS AIRPORT continued... Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. “First to open will be an exciting new concept café and bar in the T2 (domestic terminal) check-in hall. The dining revolution will then carry through to T1 (International terminal) with new and updated outlets both landside and in the Departures Lounge.” “These will include the highly regarded Hudsons Coffee brand and a modern kitchen and bar concept and an entirely new dining location by the airside windows featuring great views of the airport apron, out across the runway and to the mountains beyond.” “Tropical North Queensland abounds in a variety of fresh produce and ELR are keen to explore opportunities to include the very best of the delicious local flavours on their menus for people to experience and enjoy.” “Diners will have the choice of local beef and seafood, distinctive meats like crocodile and kangaroo and of course an array of delicious tropical fruits and vegetables. Added to this will be delights that showcase local brewers, distillers, coffee, tea and chocolate producers.” CityLife 59 Magazine

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