Top News on Queenstown

  • ANZ introduces RNP technology on A320 fleet

    Air New Zealand (ANZ) has installed required navigation performance (RNP) technology on its Airbus A320 fleet, two years after introducing it on its Boeing...

  • Other News for Queenstown

  • Qantas to resume ash-hit trans-Tasman flights tomorrow

    Qantas Airways plans to resume most trans-Tasman flights from tomorrow, after it cancelled flights this week due to ash...

  • Pacific Blue pilot faces fine, imprisonment for aircraft endangerment

    <p>New Zealand's Civil Aviation Authority has laid two charges against a Pacific Blue pilot in command of a Boeing...

  • Jetstar boosts New Zealand capacity after Pacific Blue's exit

    Australian low-cost carrier Jetstar plans to expand its domestic New Zealand operations and base another two aircraft...

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  • Queenstown airport starts terminal expansion

    News | 20 Oct 2014 03:25 | Ellis Taylor

    Construction has started on a new international terminal at New Zealand’s Queenstown airport that will significantly boost its peak handling capacity.
  • Jetstar adds New Zealand services from Gold Coast

    News | 18 Sep 2014 09:00 | Firdaus Hashim

    Jetstar Airways will begin two new services out of Gold Coast, starting 12 December.
  • Auckland airport’s full-year profit up 21%

    News | 26 Aug 2014 03:22 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Auckland International airport’s net profit for the year ended 30 June soared by 21.3% to NZ$216 million ($180 million), as aeronautical revenue and profits from its associated businesses grew strongly.
  • Auckland Airport prices bond issue

    News | 23 May 2014 09:05 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Auckland International Airport (AIAL) has priced its NZ$150 million ($128 million) bond issue at the predicted 90 basis points above the seven year swap rate.
  • Virgin Australia, Air NZ to boost trans-Tasman capacity

    News | 22 May 2014 02:46 | Ellis Taylor

    Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand have announced that they will dramatically increase trans-Tasman services to Christchurch and Queenstown over the upcoming November-March period.
  • Auckland airport launches NZ$150m bond offer

    News | 19 May 2014 03:48 | Ellis Taylor

    Auckland International Airport (AIAL) has launched a NZ$150 million ($131 million) public bond offering that will fund the remaining portion of its NZ$450 million capital return programme and boost its working capital.