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Melbourne Airport

17.05.2014
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Melbourne Airport (IATA: MEL, ICAO: YMML), also known as Tullamarine Airport, is the primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the Essendon Airport. Melbourne Airport is the sole international airport of the four airports serving the Melbourne metropolitan area.
The airport is 23 km (14 mi) from the city centre. The airport has its own postcode—Melbourne Airport, Victoria (postcode 3045).This is adjacent to the suburb of Tullamarine.

The Melbourne–Sydney air route is the third most-travelled passenger air route in the world and the third busiest in the […]

Best Western

17.05.2014
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Best Western International, Inc., operator of the Best Western Hotel brand, is the world’s largest hotel chain, with about 4,200 hotels in over 110 countries.The chain, with its corporate headquarters in Phoenix,operates 2,163 hotels in North America alone. Best Western has a marketing program involving placement of free Wi-Fi access hotspots in its hotels.

Since 2002, Best Western International has begun creating an upscale brand for some properties located in Europe and Asia: Best Western Premier. By 2011, the chain’s branding was modified; the basic Best Western name is now […]

New rail link and widening the Tullamarine Freeway for Melbourne Airport

17.05.2014
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Melbourne Airport has welcomed the Victorian Government’s budget commitment to fund an airport rail link and oversee widening of the Tullamarine Freeway to support Victoria’s growth.

Melbourne Airport CEO, Mr Chris Woodruff, said that the projects were critical to meeting future demand for access to Victoria’s aviation gateway Robe De Mariée

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“As we look to double our passenger numbers to around 60 million over the next 20 years, a rail link and widening the Tullamarine Freeway are critical to improving access to our great state for both visitors and Victorians,” said Mr Woodruff.

“To be able […]

Melbourne Airports’s April passenger traffic results

17.05.2014
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Melbourne Airport CEO, Chris Woodruff, said that passenger growth was strong across all regions.

“Easter is always one of our busiest periods and international growth in April was boosted by Easter and the school holidays falling in April rather than March, as they did last year,” said Mr Woodruff.

“Although Asia is still driving our international growth, pleasingly, we’re also seeing solid growth from across all regions. It was also a strong month for Australian passport holders.”

“We’re continuing to transform Melbourne Airport with our new domestic terminal and ground transport hub […]