19 January 2021
Auckland Airport has started the new year by recommencing work on an important new road that will ensure an efficient exit from the international terminal precinct for travellers and deliver a robust transport network to meet future demand.
15 December 2020
Auckland Airport’s lost property team are hoping to reunite a young traveller with their cuddly bunny before Christmas.
14 December 2020
Air cargo capacity is failing to keep pace with demand as economies begin the post-COVID rebuild and it’s a situation that’s set to continue well into the new year.
03 December 2020
In the year of COVID-19, the busiest days for domestic travel at Auckland Airport have moved from early December to closer to Christmas, with travellers more likely to fly for leisure than business.
Anna Cassels-Brown, General Manager Operations, suspects the change reflects a shift in the habits of business travellers.
02 December 2020
Auckland Airport’s efforts at waste minimisation, achieving science-based carbon-reduction targets and encouraging diversity in the workforce have been recognised by inclusion again in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) Asia Pacific.
01 December 2020
Auckland Airport has become the first airport in New Zealand to gain international endorsement for the health and safety measures introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
30 November 2020
Auckland Airport’s development of Building Information Models (BIM) – or digital replicas of buildings – to support the design and management of key infrastructure assets, has been celebrated with a prestigious international award.
19 November 2020
In 15 years of Sky Tower Stair Challenge fundraising for charity, Auckland Airport’s fire rescue crews have climbed seven times the height of Everest, raising more than half a million dollars.
04 November 2020
Traveller numbers might be well down at Auckland Airport, but their generosity is still flying high with $100,000 to be shared out to South Auckland charities through the Twelve Days of Christmas grants programme.
03 November 2020
Auckland Airport has confirmed plans for a second major maintenance project on its runway, again taking advantage of the reduction in the number of flights brought about by COVID-19 to complete important infrastructure work.