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By: Nz Airports  06-Dec-2011
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Posted by Pru Hunter on August 26th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

After nearly 20 years of Airport management, Chris Read has announced his intention to resign his position as General Manager Aeronautical of Queenstown Airport. He will leave the Company in November.  Further information can be found here.

Posted by Pru Hunter on July 27th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

Photos of Christchurch Airport taken 26 July 2011 by Waynne Williams.  Snowy Panorama 1, Snowy Panorama 2, Take-Off

Posted by Kevin Ward on July 14th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

Cabinet has given officials the mandate to start negotiations with China and Brazil, and up to eight additional countries.

Posted by Kevin Ward on July 14th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

NZ Airports Chair Steven Fitzgerald welcomes the announcement from Associate Transport Minister, Nathan Guy, to negotiate new and improved air services agreements with countries in East Asia and South America.

Posted by Pru Hunter on July 6th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

This is a notification that the following information has been added to the CAA web
Revised Advisory Circular: AC139-6 – Revision 4 – Effective 4 Jul 2011
Aerodrome Design Requirements:  All Aeroplanes Conducting Air Transport Operations; All Aeroplanes Above 5700 KG MCTOW
Revision 4 incorporates a number of changes resulting from Amendment 10-A to ICAO Annex 14 Volume [..]

Posted by Pru Hunter on June 30th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

Media Release
22 June 2011
New Diplomas Set Standard for Risk Management Training
New Zealand has set an international standard for aviation risk and safety management
training, with the launch of three new National Diplomas in Aviation.
The National Diploma Series was launched in Wellington last night (21 June) by the Associate
Minister of Transport, The Hon Nathan Guy.
“These Diplomas are [..]

Posted by Kevin Ward on June 17th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

NZ Airports has joined with the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand, the Inbound Tour Operators Council, and the Travel Agents Association New Zealand (TAANZ) to oppose UK travel taxes that harm tourism, travel, trade and economic growth.

Posted by Pru Hunter on May 6th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

The NZ Airports Magazine Edition 10 is now available here

Posted by Kevin Ward on April 21st, 2011 ~ Comments Off

Garry Goodman to retire at year end

Posted by Kevin Ward on April 5th, 2011 ~ Comments Off

Auckland and Christchurch International Airports are New Zealand’s gateways to the rest of the world. Along with our five trans-Tasman and short-haul international airports they are essential to the air connections that New Zealand’s commerce and tourism depend on.  And they are world class according to the aviation industry’s most credible traveller-based awards.
International air travellers [..]

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