Wellington Airport lifts FY revenue from Air NZ, Qantas and Virgin by 20 percent

Wed, 15 May 2013

May 16 (BusinessDesk) – Wellington International Airport, which was deemed by the Commerce Commission to be extracting excessive profits in February, posted a 20 percent increase in full-year revenue from its three main airline customers, its results show. Revenue from Air New Zealand, Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia rose to $62.2 million in the 12 months ended March 31, from $51.7 million a year earlier, according to its annual financial statements. That made the biggest contribution to the airport’s overall sales, which climbed to $106....

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