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There’s so much we’d love to share with you about our airport. On this page you can check out our latest news or browse our media releases.
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The airport has successfully completed the re-financing of an existing debt facility with Westpac.
Christchurch Airport is about to notch up one of its busiest days on record.
Christchurch Airport is committing 400 hectares of its Harewood campus to Kōwhai Park – a new platform for generating renewable energy at scale to enable businesses to transition away from fossil fuels.
Serving Christmas dinners worldwide.
A purpose-built childcare facility is coming to our campus in 2022.
Christchurch Airport Project Director Michael Singleton is pragmatic about a preliminary aeronautical assessment’s ‘tick’ for the company’s site for a new regional airport to serve Central Otago.
Christchurch Airport has released a preliminary aeronautical assessment of its site in Tarras.
Exciting developments are underway with one of our most valued customers. Driven by a surge in online shopping, NZ Post is expanding its airport campus footprint by 25% and adding another state-of-the-art sortation system that can process an astonishing 9,000 plus parcels per hour.
Christchurch Airport has joined the United Nations ‘Race to Zero’ ahead of the Global Climate Conference ‘COP26’ to be held in Glasgow in November.
Take a virtual walk through our new, fully secure pathway for passengers heading to managed isolation.
Christchurch Airport has reported Net Profit After Tax (NPAT), including underlying operating profit and revaluations of investment property on its Christchurch Campus, of $38.7 million for FY21, off total income of $189.5 million. This compares to the prior year (FY20) NPAT of $46.7 million from total income of $179.3 million.
Canterbury Linen Services has a new building at Dakota Park. Learn how they’ve achieved almost carbon neutral status thanks to some amazing environmental innovations.
Next time you put your items in the checkpoint security trays before boarding a flight, you’ll get them back disinfected… by rays of light.
If you’ve walked through our airport terminal lately, you may have met our robots.
If you’re wishing you’d been on the recent ‘Southern Lights by Flight’ from Christchurch, we have good news – more flights have been released!
A lot of excited families and friends are about to be reunited after the trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ opens at 11.59pm April 18.
News today of a possible re-start to trans-Tasman travel is good news for Christchurch Airport, which has been safe and ready for such a ‘bubble’ since last October.
The daily rhythm of our airport has changed because of the pandemic, but there’s still lots going on here.
The first storage facility of its kind, the Boxman Automated Storage System (BASS) has just opened its roller doors for business at Christchurch Airport’s Dakota Park.
Christchurch Airport is citing lessons learnt from the quakes, extensive changes it made to its business across 2015-2019 and its preparation for events like a pandemic, for its ability to pivot to a domestic operating model that can essentially break even while the pandemic’s impact on the borders evolves.
We might not be flying overseas for Christmas, but high value South Island produce will be.
Christchurch Airport has become one of the first three in the world to be recognized for demonstrating best practice in carbon reduction.
New Zealand’s first electric plane has been launched today by Christchurch start-up ElectricAir.
Christchurch Airport is exploring the long-term potential of building a world-class sustainable airport on 750 hectares of land near Tarras.