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High-value export markets are looking forward to famous South Island delicacies about to arrive from Christchurch Airport.
The Board of Christchurch International Airport Limited has spent the past few months undertaking an extensive search for its new Chief Executive, assisted by Kerridge & Partners, and has made an appointment.
Our renewable energy precinct, Kōwhai Park is getting closer – as are low and no carbon aircraft.
A million passengers are expected through Christchurch Airport this month and next in what will be its busiest summer in two years.
Airports can be busy and confusing places, but for people with Hidden Disabilities they can be simply overwhelming. For this reason, Christchurch Airport has today joined the Sunflower Lanyard scheme, a programme for people who would like a little more assistance without having to ask for it.
Christchurch and Hamburg Airports are on opposite sides of the world, but definitely on the same page for decarbonisation.
Swedish electric airplane maker Heart Aerospace has named four New Zealand companies on a new Industry Advisory Board to help fast-track the release of its first electric airplane, the ES-30.
Christchurch Airport Chief Executive Malcolm Johns is to leave the airport after nine years, to take up a Chief Executive role based in Auckland and will leave the airport team in 2023.
We’re rolling up our sleeves to find new ways to re-use our rubbish.
Jobseekers turned out in big numbers for the Christchurch Airport Job Fair and many have been signed up for jobs on the campus.
If you fancy working at the airport, your best chance to do so is a few days away.
NASA’s flying telescope known as SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) is hoping to make a flyover of Christchurch to thank the city for its support of the deployments.
Christchurch and Adelaide Airports are this week celebrating their cities’ 50-year relationship by signing up to a memorandum of understanding with a view to securing a direct air service between the two cities.
From today, planes and passenger numbers at Christchurch Airport will ramp up to what will be a busy school holiday period for travellers.
Christchurch Airport’s reached a new milestone – we’re officially climate positive (that’s even better than carbon neutral).
With the cold drawing in, it’s time to dream of sunny islands and warm escapes.
New Zealand’s youngest ever Olympic medalist has teamed up with Christchurch Airport and the South Island’s regional tourism organisations to launch New Zealand’s Powder Highway.
Christchurch Airport’s ongoing sustainability achievements have recorded a new milestone – the airport has achieved being beyond carbon neutral, to become climate positive.
Our campus is pleased to welcome Everything Dog, a daycare, groomer and food offering focused on the wellbeing of every dog.
Christchurch Airport maintains a strong balance sheet as the three-month Auckland lockdown impacts half year net surplus after tax.
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.