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Environment policy

As a regional transport hub, Newcastle Airport recognises the importance of maintaining the highest standards of environmental management and has implemented systems to minimise the impact of Airport operations and expansion.

Newcastle Airport is committed to sustainability in operations and development, and is working closely with the Australian Municipal Energy Improvement Facility (AMEIF) through Newcastle City Council to implement programs aimed at improving performance in the areas of energy, water use, and waste reduction.

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Governance Charter

Newcastle Airport Pty Limited's board is ultimately responsible to its shareholders for the strategy and performance of the company. It is dedicated to fulfilling these duties in a lawful and professional manner, and actively pursues best practice governance processes.

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Operating structure

Newcastle Airport Pty Limited is a company limited by shares and holds the Airport property (except the Head Lease) as nominee for the partners of the Newcastle Airport Partnership.  The benefit of the Head Lease is conveyed to the Newcastle Airport Partnership through a concurrent lease.

Commonwealth lease

Newcastle City Council and Port Stephens Council hold a 60-year lease (terminating 31 December 2075, with an additional three 10-year options by mutual consent) for 28 hectares of land to the south of RAAF Base, Williamtown.

Supporting Our Community
Supporting our community

Newcastle Airport is committed to working with and contributing to the local community through our Community Engagement Program.
As a significant economic contributor to the region as a whole, Newcastle Airport also takes pride in 'giving something back' to the community that it operates within.

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