Auckland International Airport is New Zealand’s largest airport and one of the country’s largest listed companies. It is considered New Zealand’s gateway, with more than three-quarters of international visitors to New Zealand and around 19 million passengers passing through its gates a year.
Christchurch International Airport is New Zealand’s second largest airport with 10 partner airlines from 22 destinations. It is considered the international gateway to the South Island, with around 6.6 million passengers passing through its terminals a year.
Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington International Airports are subject to information disclosure regulation. This require suppliers to disclose certain specified information relevant to their performance (such as profitability, expenditure and quality performance measures), including forward-looking information (such as price setting information and demand forecasts).
The purpose of this form of regulation is to ensure that sufficient information is readily available to interested persons to assess whether the purpose of Part 4 is being met.