Auckland Airport has joined with industry partners and medical experts in supporting the development of a risk-based border model.
Published in the New Zealand Medical Journal, the peer-reviewed research evaluates the risk posed by passengers from countries with different prevalence of Covid-19 travelling to New Zealand.
It proposes a multi-layer, risk-mitigation approach in support of New Zealand’s elimination strategy by exploring the impact of a more tailored approach that matches different levels of traveller risk.
The number of domestic flights operating from Auckland Airport made it one of the busiest in Australasia and Asia in the month of June.
Auckland Airport’s Operations Centre team is keeping the airport running smoothly in the face of COVID-19 by bringing in staff from other departments who have the right experience, and by splitting into three groups separated by drop-down dividers.
When the Flight Centre team at Auckland Airport turn up for work each day they have little idea of what they will be dealing with over the next few hours, but they do know one thing – it won’t be the same as the day before.
Auckland Airport continues to look at multiple route development opportunities, market development manager Michelle Noordermeer, told an Expedia Partner Summit in Auckland late last week.
Auckland Airport is predicting international passenger growth will continue at a rate of at least 4% per year over the next five years, despite increasing fuel prices, a hotel industry gathering in Auckland heard yesterday.