New transport projects to improve travel around Auckland Airport and support better public transport options. New gateway bridge to be built.
01 June 2017
Auckland Airport has today announced the details of four new transport projects as part of its longer term plan to improve travel around the airport over the next three years.
New 5 star hotel to meet growing demand for quality accommodation at Auckland Airport
17 February 2017
Auckland Airport and Tainui Group Holdings have announced an agreement to develop a new 5-star hotel adjacent to Auckland Airport’s international terminal and the existing 4-star Novotel hotel.
Auckland Airport to complete The Landing Stage 2 with new home for Röhlig Logistics
09 September 2016
Auckland Airport today announced that it is to build a brand new 7000sqm warehouse and office facility for international freight forwarding specialist, Röhlig Logistics.
Ministry for Primary Industries to move to expanded new premises at The Landing
25 August 2016
The Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy, Minister for Food Safety Hon Jo Goodhew, MPI Director-General Martyn Dunne and Auckland Airport Chief Executive Adrian Littlewood today turned the first sod ahead of construction on a new multi-purpose facility for the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) at Auckland Airport.
New Auckland Airport heliport to meet rising demand from global luxury tourism market
25 August 2016
Construction is advanced on a new helicopter terminal and hangar at Auckland Airport. The new facility will be built, owned and managed by local helicopter tour operator Helicopter Me, and will cater for the airport’s growing number of affluent and adventure-seeking passengers.
Auckland Airport to build new distribution facility for Fonterra Brands New Zealand
08 April 2016
Auckland Airport is to build a state-of-the-art new distribution centre for Fonterra’s New Zealand consumer business (Fonterra Brands New Zealand), the two companies announced today.
Agility Logistics moving to Auckland Airport
13 July 2015
Agility, a leading global logistics provider, has chosen Auckland Airport as the location for its New Zealand head office.
Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand to build manufacturing facility at Auckland Airport's Business Park
16 June 2015
Coca–Cola Amatil New Zealand (CCANZ), the company that makes and sells Coca–Cola drinks and other leading beverages in New Zealand.
Fuji Xerox New Zealand creates logistics hub at Auckland Airport
06 May 2015
Fuji Xerox New Zealand, a global industry leader in document technology, is relocating its logistics operations to Auckland Airport.
Export business spreads its wings at Auckland Airport
26 November 2014
CEVA Logistics has announced plans to nearly double the size of its existing facility at Auckland Airport’s business district.
Fearon Hay’s Auckland Airport building named among world’s best by international architecture judges
03 October 2014
A unique building at The District at Auckland Airport has won a top accolade at the World Architecture Festival Awards in Singapore overnight.
Meridian Energy moves to Auckland Airport
25 October 2014
Auckland Airport announced today that it has leased a whole floor in its Quad 5 office building to Meridian Energy. Meridian Energy will be moving its Auckland sales team to the airport at the end of the year.
The landscape at Auckland Airport is changing under the guidance of renowned masterplanner James Lord, of San Franciscan landscape firm Surface Design.
Te Kaitaka, The Cloak, has been shortlisted in the display buildings category of the World Architecture Festival Award to be held in Singapore in October.
Auckland Airport announced today that it had leased a whole floor in its Quad 5 building to Meridian Energy.
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In May 2012, the 4.5-star hotel, Novotel Auckland Airport, designed by Warren and Mahoney Architects won the 2012 New Zealand Architecture Award for Best Commercial Architecture.
The hotel is owned by a joint venture between Auckland International Airport Limited, Tainui Group Holdings and Accor, who operate the hotel, the award judges paid tribute to the hotel design saying it gave “a sense of what is physically and culturally unique about New Zealand”.
Tourism and Leisure property award
The Novotel also recently won the “Excellence - Best in Category – Tourism and Leisure Property Award” at the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards 2012.
2012 Interior Award winners announced
Novotel Auckland Airport by Warren and Mahoney, a project that saw “architecture and the art of making things walk side by side”, was announced as the winner of the Hospitality Award