Gateway to the capital of New Zealand

Hosting about 5.5 million passengers a year, 4.7 million on domestic services and 0.8 million on services with eastern Australia.

Wellington Airport is 8 kilometres from the centre of Wellington City on a 110 hectare freehold site. 

Its main airline customers are Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Qantas, Virgin Australia and Fiji Airways. The Airport also hosts a RNZAF facility and a number of general aviation, aeroclub, air ambulance and maintenance operations.

Infratil acquired its 66% interest in Wellington Airport when the Crown sold its shareholding in 1998. Wellington City Council owns 34%.

Wellington Airport news


Wellington International Airport closes and sets the interest rate for its retail bond offer

7 Aug 2020

Wellington International Airport Limited today announced that following the successful bookbuild process for its issue of 6 year unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed rate bonds the offer has closed and NZ$100,000,000 has been allocated to the participants (or their clients) in the bookbuild process. This includes oversubscriptions of NZ$25,000,000. There was no...

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Wellington International Airport launches retail bond offer

3 Aug 2020

Wellington International Airport Limited (WIA) announced today that it is offering up to NZ$75,000,000 (with the ability to accept oversubscriptions of up to an additional NZ$25,000,000 at WIA’s discretion) of 6 year unsecured, unsubordinated, fixed rate bonds (Bonds) to New Zealand institutional and retail investors.The Bonds will mature on 14...

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Wellington Airport Announces New Director Phillippa Harford

25 Jun 2020

Wellington International Airport Limited (WIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Phillippa Harford to the WIA Board with effect from 22 June 2020. Ms Harford lives in Kilbirnie and is Chief Financial Officer of Infratil. She replaces Jason Boyes who is stepping down after seven years. Infratil appoints four...

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