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Christchurch International Airport - Articles and news items

Christchurch Airport resumes operations after New Zealand earthquake

Airport news  •  24 February 2011  •  Nick Jackson

International and domestic flights have resumed following a 24 hour suspension after Tuesday's earthquake.

Towards a quieter future: The Christchurch example

Issue 2 2006, Past issues  •  16 June 2006  •  K McAnergney, Manager - Airport Planning, Christchurch International Airport

Summary of an address to the Aviation and Environment Summit 2006 by K McAnergney, Manager - Airport Planning, Christchurch International Airport. Christchurch International Airport Ltd (CIAL) is the Airport that provides the main aviation gateway to the South Island of New Zealand. But where on earth is New Zealand? Comprising three principal islands – North, South and Stewart – it is situated in the temperate band of the South Pacific diametrically opposite Western Europe. It is approximately three hours flying time South East of the Australian cities of Sydney and Brisbane.


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