The company that runs Sydney’s main airport appears willing to exercise its right to build and operate a second airport for the city, although it will be several months before it makes a decision. The Australian government last month announced the site for the second airport, and it wants construction work to begin as soon as 2016. However, under a previous agreement, Sydney Airport Corporation has first right of refusal for developing and operating any such facility. Sydney Airport ...

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