8 Anchor projects
Auckland Airport has eight core infrastructure projects that will transform our precinct and anchor our 30-year vision to build an airport of the future, improving the way New Zealanders connect with each other and the world.
In the financial year 2019 we were pleased to commence two of these projects – our airfield expansion and the Northern Network roading project – while progressing others from feasibility through to design stage.
Auckland Airport achieved an important milestone in the financial year 2019 – the completion of our multi-stage 36,000m2 redevelopment of the departure area in the International Terminal, which is providing significant customer benefits.
a better, faster, easier travelling experience
Increased choice for customers
Our award-winning new food and beverage area offers customers everything from Vietnamese, to award-winning Italian, to authentic Chinese dumplings, as well as popular brands, such as Al Brown – Best Ugly Bagels, Mexico and Better Burger. To read more about our modern dining and retail precinct, view working for customers in the Strategy section.
Transport improvements continue to be a key focus for Auckland Airport, as we work to enable public transport and improve travel times in and around our precinct.
We are working in partnership with New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) and Auckland Transport (AT) on a range of projects, as part of the Southwest Gateway programme. When completed, the programme will deliver a new bus and rail interchange at Puhunui Station and a rapid transit link to Auckland Airport.
to accommodate projected growth and improve customer journeys
Auckland Airport is building an 85,000m2 facility for Foodstuffs, bringing together the supermarket co-operative’s North Island operations in one state-of-the-art purpose-built facility. Once complete, the building will be New Zealand’s largest logistics centre.