Sydney Airport is Australia’s international gateway and primary airport. The airport can be a significant infrastructure in Australia. Through the airport, it connects Sydney to 47 international, 24 domestic interstate and 23 regional destinations (Sydney Airport 2013).
In terms of the division of the business, Sydney Airport (SYD) consists of Sydney Airport Limited (SAL) and Sydney Airport Trust 1 (SAT1) (Sydney Airport 2013). To be specific, SAL is responsible for the operation of the Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport including the operations of the runways, terminals, retail, car parks, check in desk service and lounges. In addition, The Trust Company (Sydney Airport) Limited (RE) takes the responsibility of SAT1. It is the unit where a SAL share is stapled to. The boards and functions are independent from each other between SAL and RE.
Analysis of the Economy
In terms of the global economy, GDP can be one of the most important indicators for the economy situation. Based on the data of The World Band (2013), it indicates that the global economy has a smooth growing speed. By that it refers to a positive global economy environment as it is important for the entities which involve international business, such as Sydney Airport.