Sydney's second airport at Badgery's Creek may still be a decade away, if it ever gets built at all, but Google Maps is ready for it – and will even provide driving directions, should you want to be really early for your flight.
Google's all-seeing mapping software finds and identifies the airport by its formal name of Sydney West Airport, which was first used by the Federal Government in 1994 and again in the Airports Act of 1996.
Google also pulls together a Google Plus page for the airport.
The airport even has its own international airport code already set aside – it's SWZ. Not quite as catchy as SYD or MEL, but then, nor is the blandly generic 'Sydney West Airport' moniker.
Never the less, that makes Sydney West Airport official enough for websites like FlightStats to create an automated and impressively legitimate-looking listing for it.
SWZ has already been 'reviewed' by one FlightStats user, who panned the airport as 'terrible' and awarded it one star our of five. But can you trust a reviewer named RBranson?
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