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International and domestic passenger movement at Auckland Airport during July have seen a healthy bump due to the school holidays and arrivals for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Almost all flights scheduled to arrive and depart from Auckland Airport today have been cancelled due to Cyclone Gabrielle.
Auckland must regain its outward-looking stance as it seeks to reconnect with the world and compete for visitors in a tough international environment, says Auckland Airport’s Scott Tasker.
International airlines are calling for a clear plan around the removal of self-isolation as a requirement for returning travellers, says Auckland Airport.
Air New Zealand’s COO will become AIAL’s chief executive early next year – the first woman to hold the role.
Parts of the plan to merge the international and domestic terminals at Auckland International Airport have been delayed due to the current Delta outbreak.
New Zealand needs to make sure it is viable for international airlines to fly here, says Auckland Airport’s CEO.
Total passenger traffic through the airport was down 58% on the previous financial year at 6.4 million passengers.
Auckland Airport is integrating a new domestic terminal into its existing international terminal.
International arrivals in May last year were significantly impacted by the closure of the New Zealand border from 20 March 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The recovery can start early 2022 if the govt can complete its vaccination programme by Xmas, says Adrian Littlewood.
International passengers were up 114% to 66,229 as Aussie bubble opened during month.
Level 3 lockdown until 7 March hurt traffic.
Auckland Airport passengers volumes fell to 463,070 in February 2021, local lockdown bites.
Upgrades on Auckland’s State Highway 20B have been completed, shortening airport-Puhinui Station route.
Going from mostly mothballed to welcoming hundreds of flights has been a massive task, says CEO Adrian Littlewood.
Auckland Airport is welcoming the extension of Government support for international airlines operating New Zealand’s passenger and cargo connections.
“NZ is low density touristed country but that doesn’t fit the narrative that’s out there at the moment,” says Auckland Airport’s CEO.
Auckland Airport has partnered with Rako Science to deploy a non-invasive, fast-turnaround, accurate saliva test for Covid-19.
However, domestic passenger numbers in October 2020 were 47.9% up on September 2020
Auckland Airport will give $100,000 to South Auckland charities through its Twelve Days of Christmas grants programme.
The main route into the airport will close over four consecutive nights as work continues on its roading network.
Total passenger volumes at Auckland Airport fell by 76.9% in September 2020 compared to the year previous.
Auckland International Airport employees will have the chance to buy into the company after the board approved a share purchase plan.
The number of domestic flights operating from Auckland Airport has made the country’s biggest aviation hub one of the busiest in the region.
Auckland Airport has started work on its runway to make way for a $26m project to replace pavement in the main touchdown zone.
Auckland Airport has prepared its domestic terminal to welcome more passengers as New Zealand moves into alert level 2.
Daily passenger arrivals at Auckland Airport fell from more than 12,000 to 40 in just a month, according to Biosecurity NZ.
Planning for the pavement replacement works in the touchdown zone at the eastern end of Auckland Airport’s runway has nearly been completed for construction.
A Philippine Airlines repatriation service into Auckland Airport has brought home 184 Kiwis from Manila.
Auckland Airport has suspended $2bn of capital expenditure projects, moved to cut executive and employee pay, and reduced its headcount as part of a range of measures to combat Covid-19’s sudden impact on tourism and aviation markets.
Auckland International Airport passenger volumes eased by 1.5% to 1,779,262 in November 2019
Luxury aviation operators say they are being abandoned by Auckland Airport.
Total passenger volumes at Auckland Airport dropped by 1.1% in October. A highlight for the airport was growth in Taiwanese visitor arrivals increasing by 77.4% driven by the new direct service between Auckland-Taipei from Air New Zealand.
Immigration New Zealand’s passport processing systems experienced an outage on Tuesday causing massive delays to passenger processing times.
Work has begun to create a more resilient fuel network supporting airfield developments at Auckland Airport.
Auckland Airport has launched new automated pre-security e-gates at its international terminal.
Work has begun on a second Park & Ride facility at Auckland Airport that aims to boost options for access to the terminals and reduce the number of vehicles on the precinct’s busy road network.
The Southwest Gateway programme is officially open for public feedback.
Total passenger volumes for the month of September 2019 at Auckland Airport saw a slight increase, despite domestic passenger numbers declining by 0.7% to 757,439.
The first Air New Zealand Auckland to New York flight will take off on 29 October 2020.
Former airline industry executive and professional company director Liz Savage has been elected to the board of Auckland Airport.
Airlines adjusting their strategies to focus on yield over capacity is slowing growth, says Auckland Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood.
Auckland Airport last month led a delegation of New Zealand tourism industry experts to India to meet with key industry advocates and stakeholders in Mumbai and Delhi.
Auckland International Airport has returned to the New Zealand wholesale bond market completing the issue of $100m of three-year floating rate notes.
Auckland Airport has again backed the Kiwi food collective.
Auckland Airport is developing a new line-up of bars and restaurants at its domestic and international terminals in a move which will lead to hundreds of new jobs over the next 12 months.
International passengers through Auckland Airport increased to 909,413 in March, up 8.9% on the same month last year.
Auckland’s transport plan has allocated $1.8bn towards funding two light rail corridors including an airport to city route.
Auckland Airport has said its prices are “fair and reasonable” following a Commerce Commission report raising concerns that the company’s forecast profits look to high for the next five years.