Sydney Metro Airport Bankstown (Bankstown Airport) YSBK
2018 will see Aviatex move to its new home at Sydney Metro Airport Bankstown.
Aviatex is the premier trade show in the NSW market for aviation products and services, and was previously held in conjunction with the Wings Over Illawarra Airshow in Wollongong. The strategic relocation to Bankstown, in the heart of Australia’s largest city, will give greater scope to broaden the events focus and to take in the education and training sectors covering all areas of the aviation industry, which is a key focus for the airport and western Sydney going forward.
Sydney Metro Airport Bankstown - A Landmark Sydney Location
Sydney Metro Airport Bankstown is Sydney's second airport and is one of the most significant airfields in Australia. The airfield was established in 1940 as an Airbase and is the leading General Aviation and Recreational Airport in New South Wales. Bankstown Airport is a Code 3C Airport and the fourth busiest airport in Australia with 250,000 annual movements. The airport features 3 runways, multiple taxiways, a passenger terminal and hardstand and grassed parking areas. Air traffic services are supplied by Airservices Australia from the Air Traffic Control tower on the southern side of the airfield.
The airport has been operated by private owners since 2003 and operates through the trading entity of Bankstown Airport, a wholly owned subsidiary of BAC Airports Pty Limited, which is a privately held company. Bankstown Airport is located in the centre of metropolitan Sydney, in close proximity to the Sydney Central Business District and Western Sydney business hubs and is an exceptional business location with a thriving business park with over 160 tenants on site. It is also a major centre of economic activity generating employment for 4,500 people and making a significant contribution to the local economy.
Sydney Metro Airport Bankstown is located within the Bankstown Local Government Area approximately 26km south west of the Sydney CBD and 17km from Sydney Airport. It has close proximity to the Bankstown CBD (5km) and Liverpool CBD (6km) and occupies an area of approximately 313.3ha. The Airport has easy access to Sydney's major arterial roads including the M5 and M7 to the south, Henry Lawson Drive to the west and the Hume Highway to the north.