Sydney Airport commences phase three of T1 improvement plan

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Sydney Airport in Australia has commenced phase three of its Terminal 1 (T1) improvements program. The project will create wider pathways for improved passenger flow, more direct paths to aircraft gates, increased seating closer to the gates and clearer signage to improve wayfinding.

A new retail offer at T1 will provide travelers with a wider selection of compelling first-to-airport brands, new food and dining concepts, and improved terminal ambience. The project is scheduled for completion by mid-2016.

Kerrie Mather, managing director and CEO for Sydney Airport, said, “Enhancing the passenger experience within the T1 International terminal is a key focus for Sydney Airport.

“We’re looking forward to delivering a world-class airport terminal for everyone to enjoy when arriving, visiting or departing Sydney.”

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