Auckland Airport defends $1.8B spending programme as striking 'fair balance'

Paul McBeth
Wed, 25 Oct 2017

By Paul McBeth Oct. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland International Airport has talked up the "fair balance" it struck in setting out a $1.8 billion infrastructure spending programme which chief executive Adrian Littlewood says is probably the most significant since its original development in the 1960s.  The $1.8 billion investment in aeronautical infrastructure over the next five years came after a long period where airlines and the wider community were consulted on the airport's future needs and what its operations and pricing priorities sh...

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