Queenstown Airport

Overseas arrivals increase nearly 50%

Overseas arrivals increase nearly 50%

The number of international passengers to Queenstown Airport in June shot up by almost half as many as in the same month last year but domestic passenger numbers in June fell sharply, compared to the month in 2012.

Passenger numbers may flatten

Domestic passenger growth at Queenstown Airport may flatten for the first time in four years, following Jetstar's suspension of its Wellington-Queenstown service and depending on what Air New Zealand does.

Queenstown feels the benefits of AIA stake

Queenstown feels the benefits of AIA stake

Queenstown Airport is feeling the benefits of having Auckland International Airport as a stakeholder as passenger movements through the airport continued to increase, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms says.

Airport to get two new quarantine inspectors

Two new quarantine inspectors will start work at the Queenstown Airport in mid-August as part of a national drive to enhance biosecurity.

Airport system takes flight

Airport system takes flight

A multi-million dollar redesign of Queenstown Airport's navigation system has cut the chances of flight diversions due to bad weather and allowed for growth, while saving fuel and reducing emissions.

Queenstown Airport passenger numbers soar

Queenstown Airport passenger numbers soar

Queenstown Airport continues to thrive under the partial ownership of Auckland International Airport, with both domestic and international arrivals up during February.

Auckland flights big boost

Auckland flights big boost

Extra services to Queenstown during summer proved popular for both Air New Zealand and Jetstar.

February air passenger totals lifted

International and domestic passenger numbers at Queenstown Airport increased in February, compared to February in 2012.

A fair way on runway

A fair way on runway

The Queenstown Airport has its uses and on Tuesday evening four golfers of markedly differing ability took part in what was ''the longest drive'' in New Zealand.

'Critical' airport gets 'lot 6'

'Critical' airport gets 'lot 6'

It was ''critical'' Queenstown Airport acquired an area of land known as ''lot 6'' and also that it determined the feasibility of evening flights, the airport CEO told a Queenstown Lakes District Council finance and corporate committee meeting yesterday.

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