Auckland Airport

The groundwork is being laid for a new purpose-built domestic facility to be merged into the eastern end of the existing international terminal as Auckland Airport resets its post-COVID infrastructure plans.

Site preparation early next year will kick off the first stages of a project to move jet flights arriving and departing for major New Zealand towns and cities into a new domestic hub merged into the current international terminal.

The first $30 million stage of the project is expected to get underway in early 2022, relocating important back-of-house infrastructure that lies within the footprint of the planned domestic hub. This will include demolishing the eastern baggage hall and relocating key utilities and the airport operations centre.

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