About 800 passengers were affected by cancelled Air New
Zealand flights in and out of Dunedin when heavy fog shrouded
the airport from Wednesday night until 11am yesterday.
Fog at Dunedin International Airport delayed the landing of
flights from Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch yesterday
A passenger affected by a lengthy takeoff delay involving an
Air New Zealand Boeing 737 flight on Friday has raised
questions over the availability of de-icing equipment at
Dunedin International Airport.
You've remembered to collect your luggage but, Shawn
McAvinue reports, it's what you've left behind at Dunedin
International Airport that helps the rhododendrons bloom.
Several flights rescheduled for the same time will cause a "4
o'clock swell" at Dunedin International Airport, so
travellers are advised to check in early on summer
Dunedin International Airport Ltd has celebrated its 50th
year in style, with an increase in passenger numbers,
revenue, shareholder funds and dividends paid.
Dunedin International Airport is experiencing strong domestic
growth and the future looks positive, chief executive John
Jetstar boosting services to Dunedin Airport is a case of
"wait and see". However, "opportunities are there", the
airline's Australia and New Zealand chief executive David
Fog has led to cancellations and delays at Dunedin
International Airport this morning.
Dunedin International Airport is getting tough on people
trying to evade fees by parking in Momona Village.
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