Source: Mudgee Guardian.
A significant upgrade to Mudgee Regional Airport in New South Airport, Australia has recently been completed at a cost of $945,000.
The project at the Australian airport cost a reported $945,000, which was funded by the New South Wales government, according to a local report.
As detailed in the Mudgee Guardian, the project at the airport included a taxiway extension, a terminal fit-out, upgraded water and sewage systems and a boost for ground service providers.
The existing airside boundary was relocated to maximize the land for future use and development.
As the report noted, Troy Grant, member of the NSW’s government, stated: “The upgrades at the airport will draw more visitors to this popular tourist destination and provide opportunities for future growth,” Mr Grant said.
“The government is committed to boosting tourism in regional NSW which is why we have provided $79 million to regional airports around the state to upgrade their terminals and airside facilities under the Restart NSW Regional Tourism Infrastructure Fund.”