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Christchurch International Airport Limited (CIAL) has recorded another record year in FY19. Excluding the impact of fair value gains on investment properties, underlying profit before tax for the year was $66.9 million against $57.2 million for FY18 (+17%).
Christchurch Airport has notched up another month of strong growth in international arrivals in May, taking its annual visitor arrival growth between July and May to 8.5 per cent, compared to the national total of -5.8 per cent for the same time period.
Christchurch’s autonomous vehicle trial is changing up a gear with today’s introduction of New Zealand’s first Smart Shuttle.
Christchurch Airport, as a member of the Climate Leaders’ Coalition, supports the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill announced today.
A group of airport firefighters is firing up for emergency situations without any aircraft or firefighting gear!
Good news for South Island travellers… strong demand has led to Cathay Pacific confirming a third summer season between Christchurch and Hong Kong - plus increasing to four flights per week during December-January-February.
"Robotic retailers", "travelling by virtual reality" and "pilotless planes" are just some of the ideas University of Canterbury students had for how digital disruption and emerging technologies will impact the future of travel.
Six more South Island tourism organisations are about to get a valuable hand up to attract and do business with Chinese visitors.
Christchurch Airport is reporting an increased interim result for the six months of July to December 2018, off the back of international passenger growth and strong cost control.
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