The man behind the Wellcamp Airport says Badgerys Creek could be open after three years of hard but determined work, and for a fraction of the money.
The owners of Sydney Airport are demanding government money for Badgerys Creek, and they are trying to hold Sydney for ransom.
Sydney's second airport was a no-brainer 10 years ago, but it will another decade before it opens.
Labor gets all the credit for committing to a 24-hour airport at Badgerys Creek -- which is a smart play, because geography means there are no neighbours to complain.
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The battle will turn to infrastructure between New South Wales and the feds now there's agreement on the location of Sydney's second airport. An explosive population demands it.
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Labor is backing the wrong plan and the Liberals are hopelessly split: the debate over a second Sydney Airport inspires much debate but little in the way of real-world solutions to a looming capacity crunch.