Dunedin Airport

New airport head sees 'incredible potential'

New airport head sees 'incredible potential'

Dunedin International Airport's new chief executive, Richard Roberts, may have his roots in the United Kingdom - but his heart is firmly in Otago.

Airport increasing car park charges

Airport increasing car park charges

Parking fees at Dunedin International Airport are to climb to new altitudes.

Airline 'a great Dunedin idea, but . . . '

Airline 'a great Dunedin idea, but . . . '

The Dunedin City Council and the Otago Regional Council should get together to underwrite air services to Dunedin, an aviation expert says.

Dunedin 'the laughing stock of the country'

Dunedin 'the laughing stock of the country'

Dunedin is a ''laughing stock'' over a proposal to launch an independent airline, Dunedin International Airport Ltd chairman Stuart McLauchlan says.

Dunedin service a flying shame

Dunedin service a flying shame

Dunedin businesses are suffering from what they say is a poor domestic air service that is not helping economic development.

Virgin axes Australia flights

Virgin axes Australia flights

In a blow to Dunedin's travel and tourism industry, direct flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne this summer have been dropped.

Airport approach to be enhanced

Airport approach to be enhanced

The approach to Dunedin International Airport is about to become prettier, with new landscaping on Miller Rd.

Concern over airline alliance

Concern over airline alliance

Dunedin International Airport chief executive John McCall is considering the implications of the Government's decision to authorise a transtasman alliance between Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia.

Rental car cheaper than airport taxi

Rental car cheaper than airport taxi

Renting a budget hire car is now cheaper than hiring a taxi from Dunedin International Airport into the central city, as taxi fares climb towards the $100 mark for the one-way, 30km trip.

Frustration at the airport

Frustration at the airport

Passengers were left stranded in Dunedin yesterday after 11 flights were cancelled because of poor conditions at Wellington and Christchurch airports.

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