Dunedin International Airport

Dunedin International Airport

Dunedin Airport was built in Momona in 1962 to cater for passengers of short-haul aircraft. When Ansett NZ began operations in 1988 the airport underwent major extensions.

On 16 August 1994, Dunedin was the first to break the mould of a regional air terminal by becoming New Zealand's first aiport outside Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch to host a commercial international passenger flight. The return flight took Dunedin rugby fans to the now historic Bledisloe Cup match in Sydney.

In 1995 there was a second major extension when international flights were introduced.

Passenger numbers have risen from 100,000 in 1963 to more that 700,000 for the year ending March 2006. The latest development, completed in October 2006 has prepared the way for greater growth. It is expected that by 2015 aircraft movements will reach 38,000 with well over one million passengers passing through the new terminal building.

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Dunedin International Airport Limited
25 Miller Road, Momona, Private Bag
Dunedin 1922
New Zealand

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+64 3 486 2879
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