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Wellington Airport has stepped up its cloud-based IT systems for check-ins, simplifying the way agents access airline systems at the airport.
Wellington Airport has achieved Level 2 Certification from the global Airport Carbon Accreditation programme for its carbon emission management and reduction efforts.
More public transport infrastructure is on the table around Wellington Airport, which could see increased services and more bus network efficiencies in the region.
Seven community groups have received awards at the 2022 Wellington Airport’s Regional Community Awards.
Wellington International Airport Limited has reported net profit after tax of $11m for the six months ended 30 September 2022, up from the $2.9m reported for the same period last year.
Wellington Airport has been ranked third in the world for sustainability in the 2022 GRESB Infrastructure Asset Benchmark Report.
Fiji Airways is ramping up flights between Wellington and Nadi over the peak summer period.
The airport’s target return of 5.88% was considered reasonable and “consistent with promoting the long-term benefit of consumers”, ComCom stated.
The return of Wellington’s Metlink Express bus service between the airport and railway station has exceeded expectations.
Wellington Airport will have more than 220 jobs on offer, including entry-level, highly-skilled and shiftwork positions at its job fair this month.
Wellington Airport chief executive Matt Clarke is backing the government’s move to improve the city’s public transport network.
Five award-winning entries from the World of Wearable Art collection are now on show at Wellington Airport until September.
The operator bounces back from a $35.72m loss last year.
The former Rotorua Airport boss will take over from Steve Sanderson on 1 May.
Wellington International Airport total passenger volumes fell by 2.2% to 290,893 in January 2022 from the 297,291 reported for the same month last year.
Wellington International Airport has adopted one of FTN Motion’s moped-class electric motorcycles, Streetdog.
Wellington International Airport has set its latest bond issue size at $125m after strong demand from investors.
Wellington International Airport Limited is seeking $75m in a 10-year, fixed rate bond offer to New Zealand institutional and retail investors.
Wellington International Airport Limited expects the domestic air travel rebound to be quick and robust for the capital once the Auckland market re-opens, says Steve Sanderson.
Wellington International Airport Limited is considering making an offer of 10 year unsecured, unsubordinated, re-setting fixed rate bonds to New Zealand institutional and retail investors.
The number of passengers going through Wellington Airport is expected to reach pre-Covid levels, says the operator.
Wellington International Airport board director Alison Gerry has resigned, effective 29 June.
Wellington International Airport Limited has reported a $35.72m loss for the 12 months to March 2021, down 223.6% from the previous period.
Domestic passenger capacity at Wellington International Airport in December reached 90% of pre-Covid levels with local demand expected to come close to offsetting the lack of international traffic, says majority owner Infratil.
The airline said that to accommodate strong domestic demand the regional lounge would be open on weekdays.
Majority shareholder Infratil says the airport’s earnings next year could fall to $25m, down from FY20’s $103m.
S&P Global says it expects Wellington International Airport’s domestic passenger traffic to pick up over the next one or two years but it will take longer for international recovery.
Wellington International Airport has revised the indicative issue margin range of its $75m six-year unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed-rate bonds to institutional and retail investors.