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Auckland Airport responds to temporary fuel supply disruption

17 September 2017

Refining New Zealand, which owns the Marsden Point fuel refinery, has advised Auckland Airport that it is working on repairing a section of its damaged fuel pipeline which connects the refinery in Marsden Point to Wiri Oil Services Limited in Auckland, which in turns supplies airlines with aviation fuel at the airport.

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FY18-22 aeronautical price setting disclosure webcast

28 July 2017

Auckland Airport’s regulatory disclosure in relation to the setting of aeronautical prices for the 2018-2022 financial years will be released on Tuesday, 1 August 2017. This provides information on Auckland Airport’s total regulated activities for the 10 year period ending the 2027 financial year.

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Auckland Airport wins two international awards

15 June 2017

Auckland Airport has won two international awards, with the company being named Australasia’s Leading Airport 2017 in the World Travel Awards and placing ninth in the world in the 2017 AirHelp rankings for airport excellence.

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Auckland Airport announces new aeronautical prices for next five years and $1.8 billion infrastructure investment to support the continued growth of New Zealand travel and tourism

08 June 2017

“In the 50 years since Auckland Airport opened, how New Zealanders travel and where we travel to has changed significantly. At the same time Auckland’s airport has evolved and grown from only several hundred thousand passengers in 1966 to over 18.7 million this year,” says Auckland Airport Chief Executive, Adrian Littlewood.

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Media statement

18 March 2017

Auckland Airport has announced that it will carry out its own review of the events surrounding yesterday’s death of Aviation Security Service dog Grizz.

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Auckland Airport announces changes to its executive team

07 March 2017

Auckland Airport has today announced two changes to its executive team. Adrian Littlewood, Auckland Airport’s chief executive, says after three and half years Graham Matthews, general manager airport development is leaving the company at the end of this month to focus on family matters in the United Kingdom.

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