Landing fees to fund second runway

Passengers are expected to soak up an increase in airline landing fees to fund construction of a second runway at Brisbane Airport. The $1.35 billion project is expected to be completed by 2020. Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss described the 3.3km parallel runway as an "absolutely essential piece of infrastructure".

Passengers are expected to soak up an increase in airline landing fees to fund construction of a second runway at Brisbane Airport. The $1.35 billion project is expected to be completed by 2020. Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss described the 3.3km parallel runway as an "absolutely essential piece of infrastructure".

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