The new airport opens in 2026 and will be the largest international gateway in Australia by 2060. It is expected to support almost 28,000 jobs within five years of opening.
Our deep understanding of the legal and commercial issues that airports face helps our clients make the right decisions for the long term.
As globalisation continues, airports continue to connect individuals and businesses in ever larger numbers. By understanding the role of the airport in the overall aviation value chain, we can help you make sure that at every stage of its lifecycle, from initial development and financing through to commercial operation, you will successfully address the varied needs of travellers, business partners and investors, now and into the future.
Alongside our rich understanding of airports and the aviation industry, we also have considerable experience dealing with associated legal issues such as infrastructure, planning and environment, construction, real estate, regulation and competition, corporate and M&A, finance, capital markets, restructuring & insolvency and dispute resolution.
Full Metal Jacket: Change of trustee in Utah aircraft owning common law trust triggers a metal transfer
Dominic Pearson looks into the nature of common law trusts in Utah and how this affects aircraft owners. He considers the requirements for a metal transfer in the event of a change of trustee.
We've made a significant addition to its highly regarded Transport Sector Group with the hire in London of Partner Louise Mor from White & Case.