About Bankstown Airport
Bankstown Airport (IATA: BWU, ICAO: YSBK) is an airport and business park located in the Canterbury-Bankstown Council Local Government Area, 22 km (14 mi) from the central business district of Sydney, Australia. It is the second biggest airport serving Sydney. The airport is situated on 313 ha (770 acres) of land and has three parallel runways, several apron areas, a small passenger terminal and a business park, home to over 180 businesses. It primarily serves general, recreational and charter flights.
Bankstown Airport operates 24 hours a day, with limitations placed on night circuit training. In the calendar year of 2015, Airservices Australia recorded 220,166 aircraft movements at the airport. This makes it the sixth busiest airport in Australia by number of movements, after Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport, Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne, Parafield Airport in Adelaide, Melbourne’s Tullamarine and Jandakot. Bankstown Airport is also the second busiest airport in Sydney. Most of the traffic reported (208,226) is in the sub 7 tonnes light aircraft category. The airport is a major hub of Australian general aviation, is home to numerous fixed-wing and helicopter flying schools, charter operators, aircraft maintenance businesses, and private aircraft.
Supplied Special Needs Pumps to Bankstown Airport
Aline Pumps were awarded the contract to supply the Pumping Equipment below
- Triplex Stormwater Pump set
- Dual Variable Speed Cold Water Pumpset
- 2 x Dual Variable Speed Rainwater Pumpsets
- Dual Varible Speed Non-Potable Water Pumpset
- Dual Sewerage Pumpset
- Dual Diesel Electric Multistage Hydrant Pumpset
- Diesel Relay Pumpset
- Dual Water Circulating Pumpset