There has been a new survey of tourism operators conducted by NSW Transport and Tourism and acting CEO Trent Zimmerman said an overwhelming majority of the respondents said it is vitally important that Sydney Airport have more flexibility to increase capacity in order to allow, which includes raising the cap of flights per hour from 80 to 90. Zimmerman said this survey once again shows the desire of those in the tourist to have the restraints on flights at the airport removed.
In addition, 60% of respondents said it was highly important to raise bipartisan support for a second airport in Sydney. This comes just days after Transport Minister Anthony Albanese said it is time for take-off” on a decision about a second airport for the city and he said that his government is working towards a decision regarding the situation. The survey also showed that there is a high amount of concern over tourism taxes and charges, which are up 9%, and accommodation supply, which is up 8%.
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