Jandakot Airport Masterplan

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The Jandakot Airport masterplan is a statutory requirement under the Airports Act 1996. It is a 20 year document that is updated every five years by Jandakot Airport Holdings. The Masterplan was last prepared in 2014 and contains a mix of aviation and non-aviation developments, a ground transport plan and an environment strategy.

About the Jandakot Airport Masterplan

The Jandakot Airport Masterplan outlines the strategic direction for the efficient and economic development of Australia’s busiest general aviation airport. A Masterplan is prepared every five years by Jandakot Airport Holdings under the Airports Act 1996. The most recent Masterplan is from 2014.

The Masterplan outlines plans for aviation and non-aviation development across the Jandakot airport site. There are six main precincts identified at site, with development planned on a precinct basis. The 2014 Masterplan includes a ground transport plan and an environment strategy.

The 2014 Jandakot Airport Masterplan consists of:
  • 119 hectares of conservation (19% of total land)
  • 260 hectares of aviation operations (including runways and taxiways (42% of total land)
  • 195 hectares of Non-Aviation Development comprising Mixed Business type land uses (31% of total land)
  • 48 hectares of existing and proposed internal roads and services (8% of total land).



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