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OZx YBWW - Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport 1.0.0

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Welcome to Australia's newest international Airport, Brisbane West Wellcamp.


Located 15.6km west of Toowoomba, the airport and an associated aviation and business park is the brainchild of the Wagner family, a local prominent business family in the region.


The runway is 2870 m long by 45 m wide and capable of handling aircraft to Boeing 747 size.The airport is rated at Code E, and can handle aircraft up to the size and weight of B747-400 and B747-8 models. The airport is estimated to have a catchment area of 344,000 people.From year end in 2016 the airport handled 120,700 passengers (a 71.7% growth from the previous year), making it the 35th busiest regional airport in Australia annually.


Current commercial Operators to the Airport are:


Air North using Embraer 170 to/from - Melbourne. Cairns and Townsville

Qantaslink using Dash 8-Q400 to/from- Sydney

Regional Express using Saab 340's to/from - Brisbane and other western QLD regional locations

Cathay Pacific Cargo using B747-800 to/from - Melbourn and Hong Kong


The airport is expected to act as a major air freight hub, including live livestock export via air. The terminal is projected to be 9,000 square metres on opening, and have the capacity to be developed to handle in excess of 500,000 passengers annually by 2019.Due to its proximity to Brisbane and long runway, it is expected that Brisbane West Wellcamp will become an alternative for diverted domestic and international flights when weather conditions prevent landing at Brisbane and the Gold Coast.


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