Wellington International Airport - Gateway to the Capital
Wellington International Airport is the gateway to the “coolest little capital city in the world”, known for its unique character and vibrant political and creative communities. The airport’s newest terminal “The Rock”, has won more than a dozen international design awards.
Welcoming over 5 million passengers each year as well as 2 million meeters and greeters, Wellington is one of the busiest airports in the country, and it’s still growing fast. Located just 8km from the city centre, Wellington Airport’s traffic is predicted to double over the
next 15 years.
With a high proportion of domestic and international business travellers, Wellington Airport is one of New Zealand’s premier advertising locations.
It is a “must buy” for any campaign targeting business and government audiences, and high net worth leisure travellers.
Our strong working partnership with Wellington Airport ensures flexible and adaptable advertising opportunities that can really create impact for your campaign. In fact, the airport is home to one of New Zealand’s largest digital airport advertising screens.
We love to talk about our airports, so to learn more about the Wellington Airport audience and advertising opportunities, get in contact.
Wellington Airport Insights
Queenstown Airport – The home of adventure
Queenstown Airport is the gateway to the adventure capital of the southern hemisphere, a world-renowned alpine region which offers year-round entertainment and adventure to domestic and international visitors.
These passengers are typically higher spending leisure travellers, averaging nearly $450 a day in local spend – the highest leisure spend of any NZ region.
The fourth busiest of New Zealand’s airports and the fastest growing airport in Australasia, Queenstown Airport handles over 1.2 million passengers annually. This is set to rise even further as the Airport prepares to allow night flights prior to 10pm into the area as of 2016.
Queenstown Airport Insights
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