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Christchurch International Airport says Covid-19 will have material impacts on operations and short-term earnings, however it is too early to judge what this looks like.
Christchurch Airport has just been named one of the world’s best at the World Airport Awards in Stockholm.
New Zealand’s first on-road testing of fully autonomous vehicles will change up a gear later this year with the inclusion of the first locally designed and built vehicle.
A jump in Chinese passenger numbers in the six months to December 2017 has helped Christchurch International Airport Limited (CIAL) lift its interim revenue and profit.
Forecast Chinese arrivals for the month of February are for up to 6000 visitor arrivals which is a growth of 50% compared to February 2017.
Statistics reveal the number of passengers through the terminal was the highest number for any month on record.
New time-lapse footage released today by the NZ Transport Agency shows the dramatic transformation of one of Christchurch’s busiest intersections, the new Memorial Avenue Gateway Bridge.
The 12-month arrivals-only flight paths trial will commence later this week and is part of a nationwide programme called New Southern Sky.
Christchurch Airport has revealed its vision for the future with a Master Plan that envisages the airport’s development to the year 2040.
Christchurch Airport has been honoured for its support of South Island tourism.
A record number of passengers and strong property growth have helped Christchurch International Airport Limited (CIAL) report net profit after tax of $64.6m for the year ended June, up 50% on last year’s result.
Four more South Island tourism companies have been named as recipients of the ‘New Horizons Fund’ support programme.
South Island tourism businesses have a month to apply for the latest round of Christchurch Airport’s ‘New Horizons’ programme.
A former top lawyer with strong family ties to the Battle of Britain has joined the Warbirds Over Wanaka Community Trust board.
Catherine Drayton has been appointed Christchurch Airport’s new chairwoman.
Tourism operators are “leaving money on the table” if they do not join a Chinese electronic payment system to make it easier for tourists from China to spend.
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The future arrived at Christchurch Airport this morning, with the introduction of the fully autonomous Smart Shuttle.