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An artist's impression of the new international pier, part of the Perth Airport Master Plan 2014.

Federal approval for third Perth runway

Perth Airport's ambitious 20-year redevelopment plan has received federal regulatory approval, paving the way for the construction of a third runway and the Forrestfield Airport Link underground rail project.

The airport is already in the middle of a significant transformation, with more than $1 billion in capital works started during the past six years.

Those works include a $121 million, 21,500 square metre new domestic terminal opened in March 2013, an $80 million expansion of the international arrivals area at Terminal 1, and a $41 million upgrade of the international departures area, due for completion by midway through this year.

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11th↑Perron Group$507.9m
12th↑Georgiou Group$496.0m
13th↑Perth Airport$489.8m
14th↑John Hughes Group$475.3m
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