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Airways New Zealand to reduce airline charges by 4.7 percent

Airport news  •  31 May 2016  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Air navigation service provider Airways New Zealand confirmed it would be decreasing prices for airlines by 4.7 percent over the next three years.

Airfield Lighting at Queenstown Airport in New Zealand

Issue 3 2016  •  24 May 2016  •  Airways New Zealand

Queenstown Airport is the gateway to one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destinations and is experiencing unprecedented growth. Its alpine terrain and fluctuating weather also make the aviation environment challenging for air transport operations. Airways New Zealand reveals how a major lighting and infrastructure upgrade is making evening flights in and out of the airport possible for the first time, unlocking extensive economic benefits for the region...

Light after dark: Queenstown Airport unveils new runway lights

Airport news  •  6 May 2016  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

New Zealand Minister of Transport Simon Bridges has unveiled new runway lights at Queenstown Airport in preparation for after-dark flights.

Airways New Zealand to provide Vietnam with ATC training

Airport news  •  17 November 2015  •  Kate Douetil

Airways New Zealand has signed two agreements with Vietnamese aviation authorities, to provide Vietnam-based students with air traffic control training and related services.

$2.4 million airfield safety project announced for Pacific countries

Airport news  •  14 October 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

New Zealand’s air navigation service provider Airways has announced plans for a $2.4 million project to enhance airfield safety in eight Pacific countries.

Leaning control tower approved at Wellington Airport

Airport news  •  2 September 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Consent has been granted for a new ‘leaning’ air traffic control tower at New Zealand’s Wellington Airport.

Commerce Commission approves aeronautical charges at Wellington Airport

Airport news  •  22 April 2015  •  Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

New Zealand’s Commerce Commission has released a detailed report on aeronautical charges at Wellington Airport confirming they are within an acceptable range.

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.

‘New Zealand’s Airport’

Issue 3 2008, Past issues  •  30 May 2008  •  Don Huse, Chief Executive Officer, Auckland International Airport

Voted as the airport with the friendliest staff in the world, Auckland Airport (AKL and NZAA) is one of New Zealand’s pivotal infrastructure assets and a major South Pacific hub. It contributes some NZ$19 billion to the national economy and is the principal gateway to ‘the land of the long white cloud.’ More than 70% of international visitors enter or leave New Zealand via Auckland Airport and it handles more than 12 million passengers a year. It is Australasia’s second busiest international airport, after Sydney, and New Zealand’s second largest freight port by value.

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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