Major airport redevelopment continues with major upgrades to airside pavements and infrastructure to improve safety, security, flexibility and capability. Completed projects include a second taxiway, an asphalt overlay and grooving of the runway and airfield lighting upgrades
An airfield ground lighting upgrade at Port Hedland International Airport (PHIA) meets the MOS139 standard and moves the lighting infrastructure from low intensity runway lighting (LIRL) to a medium intensity runway lighting (MIRL) category.
Project benefits include improves runway visibility for the range of landing aircraft, from Cessnas, F100, A320, Antonov and the Royal Flying Doctor Service fleet at the Pilbara's only International Airport. This is a range of development projects at PHIA and meets any Class D airspace obligation in the future. Read More
The transformation has moved landside with the completion of underground civil works and car parking and ground transport redevelopment works. Project Lead: Bridge42 Builder: ADCO
All new purpose built car parking facilities are now complete. The central pedestrian walkway allows all airport users a safe passage between all car parks, hire car rental areas and the airport terminal.