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The airport operator says it will be “particularly focussed” on the flight paths the Tarras proposal seeks.
Queenstown and Wānaka airports have re-opened for scheduled commercial services and general aviation activities under the new level 2 settings today.
Queenstown Airport Corporation says it will continue to pay its staff at least the Living Wage after it increased from $22.10 to $22.75 on 1 September 2021.
There are no scheduled commercial services or general aviation activities at Queenstown or Wānaka airports at Covid-19 alert level 3.
nternational passengers fell 95.7% due to Covid-19 border restrictions and domestic passengers increased by 1.9% on the 2020 financial year supported by a strong domestic recovery.
The former CEO of Metlifecare and Housing NZ, Glen Sowry, returns to the aviation sector.
Healthy numbers compared to flatline in 2020, but 35% down on same month in 2019.
QLDC’s lease to Queenstown Airport Corporation has been cast aside.
After five years leading the airport, Colin Keel is moving to Auckland.
Covid-19 vaccinations are to start in Queenstown on 10 April with airport staff among the first to receive the shots.
The latest results not only highlight Queenstown’s dependence on international travellers but also a widening gap in domestic air travel to the resort over the summer.
There were 108,615 total passengers passing through Queenstown Airport during the month of November 2020, down 47% on the same month last year.
Domestic passenger movements at Queenstown Airport rose to 134,608 in October 2020, up 5% on the same month in 2019.
The public is being misled by Queenstown Airport Corporation and majority shareholder Queenstown Lakes District Council about their plans for Wānaka Airport, says the Wānaka Stakeholders Group.
Queenstown Airport will not apply to increase passenger movements or develop Wānaka Airport in light of the Covid-19 crisis.
A bumper first half and swift action to cut costs and pause capex saw Queenstown Airport Corporation post an 8% increase in profit in its full year results.
Queenstown Airport is celebrating 85 years since it began services.
Queenstown Airport chairwoman Prue Flacks has recently resigned from the board, while the company announces redundancies among its 68 staff.
Queenstown Airport is offering to buy more properties from homeowners affected by a proposed noise increase.
Chinese New Year and the Challenge Wanaka and NZ Golf Open sporting events have helped boost passenger numbers at Queenstown Airport in February.
Queenstown Airport has welcomed its two millionth passenger this year in what it says is a “major milestone”.
Queenstown Airport has opened the doors to its first dedicated operations centre, The Hub.