January 23, 2018 1:00 PM ET

Transportation Infrastructure

Company Overview of Queensland Airports Limited

Company Overview

Queensland Airports Limited, together with its subsidiaries, owns and operates regional airports in Australia. It operates airports, including Gold Coast Airport, Townsville Airport, Mount Isa Airport, and Longreach Airport. The company also provides aviation support services through the operation of the Northern Australian Aerospace Centre of Excellence at Townsville airport in Townsville. Queensland Airports Limited was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Bilinga, Australia.

Level 1

Airport Central

1 Eastern Avenue

Bilinga, QLD 4225


Founded in 2003


61 7 5589 1100


61 7 5536 2838

Key Executives for Queensland Airports Limited

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer of Townsville, Mount Isa, and Longreach Airports
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Executive GM of Mktg. & Business Dvpt.
Executive General Manager of Property and Infrastructure
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Queensland Airports Limited Key Developments

Offers Received For Sunshine Coast Airport

Infrastructure funds and airport owners will lob first-round bids for Sunshine Coast Airport on September 21, 2016. Sunshine Coast Council is considering two separate deal structures and has asked interested buyers to make indicative bids for the respective deals. The council is seeking funds for a $347 million airport expansion, including a new runway. Interestingly, potential buyers have also been given the opportunity to propose their own deal structure. Gold Coast Airport Pty Limited owner of Queensland Airports Limited, which is owned by a bunch of investors including The Infrastructure Fund, are expected to lob an indicative offer, along AMP Capital Finance limited, Colonial First State Asset Management (Australia) Limited, Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd and Palisade Investment Partners Limited.

Airport Development And Queensland Airports Reportedly Interested In Sunshine Airport

Airport Development Group Pty Ltd. is likely to be interested in the sale of assets of Sunshine Coast Airport, The Australian reports. Advisers for the sale of the Sunshine Coast Airport are expected to send out information memorandums to prospective bidders for the asset next week, in an offering expected to appeal to a top line up of Australian infrastructure investors. The estimates for the sale are AUD 500 million. Queensland Airports Limited is working with Grant Samuel on its attempts to buy the asset.

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