Introduction to Wellington Airport
Wellington has a significant high yielding underserved international market, with 50% of passengers travelling via intermediate airports.
Wellington Airport serves the capital city of New Zealand from an inner-city location 5km from the central business district. In 2019, 6.4 million passengers passed through the terminal.
The airport is New Zealand’s domestic hub, located in the geographic centre of the country and hosting over 200 daily flights to/from 20 domestic destinations.
Wellington is the second largest city by population and second largest economy measured by GDP and...
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