Asialink Business welcomes new partnership with Sydney Airport
Asialink Business is pleased to announce a new partnership with Sydney Airport, recognising the important role that the airport plays as Australia’s busiest gateway to Asia.
Sydney Airport joins key Asia-focused Australian organisations as a silver corporate partner of Asialink Business. The two organisations will work together to promote the connection and integration of Australia with the Asian region.
Located within air range of more than half of the world’s population, Sydney Airport welcomes nearly 40 million passengers a year, including over 40 per cent of all international arrivals to Australia. Its strategic location makes it a premier hub for business and tourism-related travel from Asia.
Sydney Airport services routes to Asia’s largest metropolises, from Shanghai, Seoul and Singapore, to Delhi, Tokyo and Jakarta.
It is also a major contributor to the New South Wales and Australian economies, generating $30.8 billion in economic activity a year and 52,890 direct jobs.
The partnership builds on Asialink Business’ strong existing presence in New South Wales, according to CEO Mukund Narayanamurti.
“Through our Sydney office we have been able to welcome on board some of Australia’s leading organisations, and help them grow business ties with Asia,” Narayanamurti said.
“In addition to diverse business activities, Sydney Airport plays a significant role in the New South Wales and Australian tourism and hospitality industries, which are critcal pillars in building connections with Asia.”
Sydney Airport Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Kerrie Mather said she was pleased with the new partnership.
“We’re proud to partner with Asialink Business to enhance our engagement with Asia and foster economic and tourism growth for the benefit of Sydney, NSW and Australia,” Mather said.
“Sydney Airport works closely with our partners to ensure we’re catering to the growing number of international visitors from Asia and providing them with a positive experience of Sydney and Australia.”
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