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Wellington International Airport

IATA Code
WLG
ICAO Code
NZWN
Corporate Address
Corporate Office, Level 0,
Main Terminal Building,
Wellington
Website
http://www.wellington-airport.co.nz
City
Wellington
Country
New Zealand
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Runways
1936m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air Chathams
Air New Zealand
Fiji Airways
Jetstar Airways
Qantas Airways
Sounds Air
Virgin Australia
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Air Canada
Air China
All Nippon Airways
Asiana Airlines
British Airways
China Eastern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Emirates Airline
Etihad Airways
LAN Airlines
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
Thai Airways
Turkish Airlines
United Airlines
Virgin Atlantic Airways

Wellington International Airportis the main gateway to Wellington, New Zealand's capital. The airport hosts domestic and regional international passenger and cargo services.

Location of Wellington International Airport, New Zealand

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Air New Zealand-United Airlines joint venture: 62% of NZ's long haul capacity operated under JVs

16-Mar-2016 8:20 AM

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer: over recent years Air New Zealand has transformed its long haul network – and New Zealand's aviation market – by turning one competitor after another into a joint venture partner. Air NZ's latest is a revenue-sharing JV with United Airlines, to come into force on 01-Jul-2016 when United resumes New Zealand services.

The JV follows link-ups between Air NZ and Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Air China. Yet this is not just another JV: Air NZ-United will be the largest, accounting for 25% of Auckland's long haul seat capacity. It will be twice the size of the Air NZ-Singapore Airlines JV. In total, 80% of Air NZ's long haul capacity from NZ will be under JVs, with the balance in monopoly markets.

Singapore Airlines Capital Express Part 2: SIA improves its position in Australia, New Zealand

27-Jan-2016 9:00 AM

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is cementing its position as the leading foreign airline in Australasia as it launches services to Canberra and Wellington in Sep-2016. The addition of Canberra gives SIA six destinations in Australia, while Wellington gives SIA three destinations in New Zealand.

SIA’s partnership with Virgin Australia will be key to making both sectors a success. Air New Zealand, which has a joint venture with SIA on non-stop flights from Singapore to New Zealand, is also expected to codeshare on the route although perhaps with some reluctance.

This is the second in a two part series of reports on SIA’s new Singapore-Canberra-Wellington “Capital Express” route. The first part focused on the impact on Canberra and Wellington airports while this part will focus on the impact on SIA and its two partners from the region, Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand.

Singapore Airlines Capital Express Part 1: Canberra, Wellington Airport outlook boosted by new route

26-Jan-2016 5:29 PM

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is pursuing further expansion to Australasia as it launches services to Canberra and Wellington in Sep-2016. The new four times per week Singapore-Canberra-Wellington route is a bold step for a traditionally conservative SIA, as it provides Canberra with its first two international destinations and Wellington with its first Asian airline.

SIA will account for approximately 5% of capacity into Canberra, resulting in a new phase of growth as passengers who now travel internationally via Sydney – by driving or taking a short flight – will be able to fly directly to New Zealand or Singapore and beyond. The impact on passenger traffic at Wellington will be smaller but provides an important test case, as Wellington ponders a runway extension that would enable non-stop flights to Singapore and potentially other Asian destinations.

This is the first instalment in a series of reports on SIA’s new Singapore-Canberra-Wellington “Capital Express” route. This part will focus on the impact on Canberra and Wellington airports, while the second part will focus on the impact on SIA and its two partners from the region, Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand.

Does the sale of Cardiff Airport signal a return of UK airports to the public sector? - Part 1

18-Feb-2014 7:34 PM

Could the return of Cardiff Airport (Wales) and Scotland’s Glasgow Prestwick Airport to the public sector be an indicator of future trends for secondary and sub-primary level airports in the UK?

There are several other privately operated airports whose future is looking decidedly indifferent.

The question now, as airport ownership has become less attractive to investors than it has been during the last two decades, is whether other airports in the UK might follow suit?

Airways NZ loses its golden glow as airlines baulk at big price increases

11-Jul-2013 8:00 AM

Airways NZ was once held up as a model monopoly by its airline customers for its open approach to negotiate prices while ensuring an appropriate commercial return to its government shareholder.

But steep price increases implemented from 01-Jul-2013 for the next three years coming on top of an 18% increase over the previous four years has truly taken the shine off the IATA Golden Eagle Award bestowed in 2008 recognising Airways NZ’s outstanding performance in customer satisfaction, cost efficiency and continuous improvement. The corporation had not increased charges for the past 10 years.

Today the ANS provider which manages some 30 million square kilometres of airspace stands accused by its airline customers of profiteering. But Airways NZ says the price increase is necessary to fund NZD97 million (USD76 million) capital expenditure on essential infrastructure planned for the next three years, most of which had been approved by airlines. In addition the corporation had worked with airlines during the global financial crisis by suspending non-vital infrastructure investments to keep prices down.

IATA’s Tony Tyler calls for greater regulation of NZ's "badly behaved" airports and ATM provider

3-Jul-2013 11:50 AM

IATA Director General and CEO Tony Tyler on 2-Jul-2013 gave a wide ranging breakfast talk in Auckland, stressing the value of aviation to the New Zealand economy, pitching the Association's move towards an industry standard distribution system and seeking New Zealand Government support for IATA's position on the environment.

And, back on another traditional airline industry theme, saying Wellington Airport was "behaving badly", Mr Tyler called for greater regulatory oversight of the country's main gateway airports and air traffic management provider, Airways New Zealand, after they announced steep price increases.

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