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Kingsford Smith Inernatrional Airport (MT-PMT) Now Open!!!!!

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:45 am

IATA: SYD, ICAO: YSSY
Kingsford Smith Airport, named after Kingsford Smith located in the coastal suburb of Mascot, just 11 km from the CBD and 18 km from Olympic Park of Australia's Capital and Largest City, Sydney, in the state of New South Wales.
SKingsford Smith is it, at this stage, the only International Airport in New South Wales.
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Public Transport to/from the Airport

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:47 am

There are many public transportation methods of getting from Kingsford Smith Airport to the CBD or to Sydney Olympic Park
Ferries:
Sydney Ferries owned and operated by the New South Wales government, travel to the CBD via the outside of Botany Bay, along famous landmarks such as Bondi Beach and finally to the Circular Quay, the main public transportation hub of Sydney

Botany and Georges Ferries
Botany and Georges Ferries take people around Botany Bay (where Kingsford Smith airport is located), and the Georges River (off Botany Bay). With over 3 lines going to the airport, Botany and Georges Ferries take the Sydney-siders of the area to their suburbs


Sydney Trains
There are two Sydney trains railway lines that run to Kingsford Smith Airport. The Airport & East Hills Line and the Sutherland Airport Line, which is the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line from Sutherland to Bondi Beach, but instead of going via Sydenham, at Wolli Creek it goes via the airport, which through that part runs via the Airport Link


Sydney Trams
There is a tram route to Circular Quay with many stops along the way! There are many tram routes as Sydney is currently expanding its tram network to be the largest tram network in the entire world. With so many routes, they don't all run to the CBD from the airport, they run to many suburbs, with 3 to 5 stops per suburb

Sydney Light Rail
There is a Sydney Light Rail Line From the Airport to Circular Quay

Buses
There are many bus routes from the airport, both government and privately operated, running to both the CBD and nearby suburbs

Sydney Metro
Sydney Metro is a metro line operating every 2-4 minutes (depending on the time, day and date, 24/7) connecting Circular Quay, Central Station, International Airport, Domestic Airport and Port Botany

Maglev
There is a maglev line running from Kingsford Smith Airport, Circular Quay, Sydney Olympic Park, Parramatta and Penrith, stopping at every single one of those stations along the route
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Airport Transfers

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:48 am

Kingsford Smith Offers Free Transfers Between Terminals. Transfers can also be made between the Domestic and International Terminals via public transport.
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Private Transportation

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:49 am

There are mass-renovations happening at Kingsford Smith Airport.
From 14 January, all types of private vehicles will be supported, weather it be aerial, land, snow, fresh water, nautical or subnautical
Every mode will handle long-term, short-term, valet and drop-off/pick ups

Although it does not snow in Sydney at ground level, Sydney has a unique design in highly populated areas, Sydney builds cities above cities above cities. The cities are high enough above sea level for it to snow. Some cities get so high that it snows. At some alptitudes, it gets so high that snow becomes a major issue. This is why Sydney-siders (especially those at high alptitudes) own snow buses. At most alptitudes, snow is seasonal, but accumulates heavily in the winter.
There is a specifically designed parking for snow vehicles, or cars with snow chains. During times when it doesn't snow, it is used as an additional regular carpark, as there are additional cars without snow chains.

Sydney is a city of the sea, thus, many people, especially those who live near the coast or salt water rivers have boats. Kingsford Smith Airport have boats. For the first time ever, Kingsford Smith Airport is building boating docks for the coastal airport for salt water veichals.

Since Sydney is also becoming an underwater city, people need transportation of submarines. These submarines also park at the boat docks, but can park above and below eacother, and above the boats.

At high alptitudes, Sydney builds fresh water canals as a catchment for melting snow. Private fresh water boats use some of these canals. Kingsford Smith Airport is building dockings for fresh water boats.

Since Sydney builds cities so high, there is plentiful space buildings. Private aerial vehicles, such as helicopters and small, short-distance private jets. These aircraft need a place to land when taken to the airport. There are helipads and tarmacs under construction, completed with a runway.

Since Sydney builds high, some buildings where the layers of cities do not get high enough, there is no snow, there are gold buggies since it's a short distance and golf buggies would be more practical since they can travel shorter distances practically

Kingsford Smith Airport will allow all of these forms of transport to for drop/off pick ups (except for private jets), and avaliable for all forms of private transport, short term parking (if you wish to go into the terminal with people who you are picking up or people who are leaving so you can say final good buys, or long term parking to leave your vehicle there during your holiday
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Vehicle for hire

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:52 am

Each terminal has a secure taxi rank of 50-60 taxi-cabs at any given time
Each terminal also has maxi taxi rank, consisting of 17-28 maxi-taxis at any given time
Each terminal also has a luxury taxi rank consisting of 14-22 luxery taxis at any given time
Each terminal has a water taxi rank
Each terminal has an air taxi rank
There is a limousine bay for anybody books a limousine
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Very Important Person Transfer

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:52 am

There are special and secure bays for VIPs such as celebraties, musicians, actors, elite sport players or teams, royality or national leaders, or other famous people.
This is an underground transfer secure and far away from screaming fans, paparazzi or even assassins, avaliable on request.
There will be limousines or buses waiting for the distinguished guests
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Terminals 2, 3 and 4

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:53 am

Terminal 2 is for Domestic flights
Terminal 3 is for Air Australia Domestic flights
Terminal 4 is for Regional (Cross NSW) flights
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Terminal 1

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:54 am

Terminal 1 is Kingsford Smith's only international terminal. Terminal 1 is only used for international flights.
There are 150 gates. Kingsford Airport is too small to allocate gates to airlines that have few flights a day in and out of Kingsford Smith. Most gates at Kingsford Smith are shared. There are 2 ways of getting an allocated gate:
1.Pay additional fee
2.Get one free allocated gate per 10 flights per day

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Lounges

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:54 am

Kingsford Smith Offers 2 Levels of Lounges

Standard:
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Offers Complimentry:
-non-alcoholic beverages
-light snacks such as fruit, cheese, soup, pastries and breakfast items
-open bar for domestic beer, house wine and well liquor, with premium beverages such as imported beer, top-shelf liquor, high end wines and champagne available for purchase
-bathrooms with showers and toilets
-wifi
-complimentary public telephones
-full 4G internet reception
-full mobile phone reception
-Prayer Room

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Offers the same complimentry services as standard plus:
-premium open bar
-full hot and cold buffet meals
-cigar rooms
-spa and massage services
-fitness centers
-swimming pools
-suites with beds and bathrooms
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Services

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:55 am

-Each terminal of Kingsford Smith offers complimentary wifi, public internet computers, public telephones, public TTY, 4G smartphone/tablet/mini tablet/phablet internet, full mobile phone reception.
-Each terminal offers complimentry
-Each terminal offers complimentry cigarette rooms (without marijuana)
-Each terminal offers complimentru cigarette and marijuana rooms
-Terminal 1 offers currency exchange
-Each Terminal offers ATMs
-Each Terminal offers first aid
-Each terminal offers free public toilets
-Prayer Rooms
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Hangers

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:55 am

Small Hangers:
1 plane. No A380s
$167 per month NSD

Medium Hangers:
2 planes or 1 A380
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$200 per month NSD

Large Hangers
10 planes or 7 A380s
$1, 000 per month NSD
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Retail

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:56 am

Shops:
Small:
1,000 m2'
$125 per month NSD

Medium:
2,500 m2
S300 per month NSD

Large:
4,500 m2
$450 per month NSD

Resturants:
100,00 m2
$1200 per month NSD
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Offices

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:56 am

Kingsford Offers Many Offices

Small:
625 m2
$50 per month NSD

Medium
1000 m2
$75 per month NSD

Large
2500 m2
$100 per month NSD
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Cargo

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:57 am

Kingsford Smith Also has a cargo terminal with 50 bays.
Like passanger terminals, cargo airlines must share bays due to the lack of space. You may get an allocated for an additional, or one free allocated bay per 10 daily flights

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Hotels

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:57 am

Kingsford Smith has hotels for rent or for sale.
Hotels are all within a 15 minute walk from the Domestic Airport and 1 1/4 hours from the International Airport
Hotels are all 3 star and consist of 150 suites, a restaurant, are fully furnished, have en suits (as required by law) and are ready for guests to come.
The airport hotels are perfect for guests spending the night in Sydney
Suits are 300 m2, including en suit and have either 2 king sized beds, 2 king and 2 king single bunks, or 4 king single bunks

Rental Price:
$2,500 per month NSD provide your own cleaning service
$4,500 per month NSD if we provide a cleaning service

Purchase Price
$3, 343, 234 NSD each
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Advertising

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:58 am

Advertise at Kingsford Smith Airport.
5x5 metre advertising slots costs
$300 NSD per week
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Sea Planes

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:58 am

Kingsford Smith also has a terminal for sea planes. Since Kingsford Smith is coastal, it is, and will be the only international airport in New South Wales to accomidate Sea Planes. The sea plane terminal is built over Botany Bay
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Application Forms

Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:59 am

Title (Full word, e.g. Mister NOT Mr.)
If you have a married name: (Origional Name Before Change of Name) First Name Middle Name (Maiden Name) Surname Junior, Third, Fourth...
If you do not use a married name: (Origional Name Before Change of Name) First Name Middle Name (Surname of the parent whose name you did not keep) Surname, Junior, Third, Fourth...
If applicable
If applicable, write full word
Use full word
Use hyphens where hyphens are used
Use brackets where brackets are used

Please note all Australian Laws Apply To Companies Renting and buying a Space
(Regular=Not public private holidays)

Airline Application:
Full Name of Nation:
Name of Airline:
CEO's Name:
Passenger Routes:
Cargo Routes:
Passenger Flight Frequency:
Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Australian Public Holidays [x]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [x]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [x]

Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Australian Public Holidays [x]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [x]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [x]

Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Australian Public Holidays [x]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [x]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [x]

Number of Small Hangers:
Number of Medium Hangers:
Number of Large Hangers:
Number of Small Offices:
Number of Medium Offices:
Number of Large Offices
Number of Standard Lounges:
Number of Gold Lounges:
Would you like ADDITIONAL allocated passenger gates ($900 per week each):
Would you like ADDITIONAL allocated cargo bays ($800 per week each):
Would you like to make Kingsford Smith a focus airport (Additional $250 per month) or hub (additional $500 per month)
Preferred Arrival and Departure Times (UTC+10 standard time, UTC +10 +1:00 during daylight savings) (Only Required if you do not have atleast one allocated gate/bay):
What Percentage of Ground Staff Will Be Hiring Locally (Minimum 10%):
OR we provide ground staff (Additional $870 per month per weekly flight):
Additional Requests:
Contract Length: 6 months/12 months/24 months/Other (Specify Minimum 6 months, Maximum 24 months)

Retail Application
Full Name of Nation:
Name of Company:
Manager of Branches/Franchisees:
Owner/Head of Australian Commotion:
Type of Retail (Be Spacific e.g. Don't Write "Restaurant", write "Chinese Restaurant"):
Number of Small Shops:
Number of Medium Shops:
Number of Large Shops:
Number of Restaurants:
Operating Hours:
Would you like security: (additional $10 per week)
What Percentage Are You Hiring Locally (Minimum 10%):
Additional Requests:
Length of Contract:6 Months/12 Months/24 Months/Other (Minimum Six Months, Maximum Twenty-Four Months):

Advertising:
Name of Nation:
Name of Cooperation:
What Goods/Services Does the Cooperation Provide:
Logo:
Design must be appropriate

Hotel Rental:
Full Name of Nation:
Name of Company:
Manager of Branches/Franchisees:
Owner/Head of Australian Commotion:
What percentage will you hire locally (Minimum 10%):
Would you like us to provide a cleaning service for you:
Number of Hotels Renting:
Reception Hours:
Contract Length: 6 months/12 months/24 months/Other (Specify Minimum 6 months, Maximum 24 months):


Hotel Purchase:
Full Name of Nation:
Name of Company:
Name of Client (or who client is purchasing on behalf of):
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Postby Reino do Brazil » Fri Feb 01, 2013 5:26 am

Airline Application:
Full Name of Nation:The Kingdom of Brasil
Name of Airline:VARIG Brasil
CEO's Name:Kleber Ayala
Passenger Routes:Rio de Janeiro (GIG) - Kingsford Smith - (GIG), Sao Paulo (GRU) - Kingsford Smith - (GRU)
Cargo Routes:yes
Passenger Flight Frequency:

Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Australian Public Holidays [x]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [x]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [x]
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Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 5:32 am

Reino do Brazil wrote:Airline Application:
Full Name of Nation:The Kingdom of Brasil
Name of Airline:VARIG Brasil
CEO's Name:Kleber Ayala
Passenger Routes:Rio de Janeiro (GIG) - Kingsford Smith - (GIG), Sao Paulo (GRU) - Kingsford Smith - (GRU)
Cargo Routes:yes
Passenger Flight Frequency:

Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [x]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [x]
Australian Public Holidays [x]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [x]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [x]

Please install numbers where the xs are in the brackets
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Application

Postby Reino do Brazil » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:18 am

Aussie Republic wrote:
Reino do Brazil wrote:Airline Application:
Full Name of Nation:The Kingdom of Brasil
Name of Airline:ns TAM
CEO's Name:Fernando Pinto
Passenger Routes:Rio de Janeiro (GIG) - Kingsford Smith - (GIG), Sao Paulo (GRU) - Kingsford Smith - (GRU)
Cargo Routes:yes
Passenger Flight Frequency:

Regular Mondays (Australian Weekday) [1]
Regular Tuesdays (Australian Weekday) [1]
Regular Wednesdays (Australian Weekday) [1]
Regular Thursdays (Australian Weekday) [1]
Regular Friday (Australian Weekend) [1]
Regular Saturday (Australian Weekend) [1]
Regular Sunday (Australian Weekend) [1]
Australian Public Holidays [1]
Public Holidays of Your Nation [1]
Public Holidays of Both Nations [1]to be discussed with airlines and Airport Authority

Please install numbers where the xs are in the brackets


Please do let us know if everything is alright. Best Regards K. Ayala
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Postby Aussie Republic » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:38 am

Reino do Brazil wrote:
Aussie Republic wrote:Please install numbers where the xs are in the brackets

Accepted
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