The Hawke’s Bay airport has taken a step closer to its vision to be “New Zealand’s most vibrant and successful regional airport” with the opening of the new arrivals hall.
The new arrivals hall opened in early January with Araminta Wilson the first passenger to collect her bags from the new automated baggage system.’
At the same time, the airport rolled out a team of airport ambassadors, who will welcome people to Hawke’s Bay and provide some guidance to navigate around the airport as well has helpful tips to enjoy their stay.
The carpark is also being reconfigured and new parking payment technology will be introduced as the airport aims to further improve the visitor experience and the New Zealand Transport Association’s new Watchman Road, including a new entrance to the airport.
Hawke’s Bay Airport chief executive Stuart Ainslie said progress on the $20.2 million airport redevelopment is on schedule, with stage 1 finished and Stage 2 already well underway.
Read more on this and other Hawke’s Bay stories in The Profit magazine Posted: 21 May 2019