Auckland Airport Guide to Auckland Airport - AKL

Auckland Airport Terminals

Auckland New Zealand International Airport is formed by two terminals: The first one is an international terminal, which hosts flights worldwide of major airlines, and the second one is just for regional and local flights within the country, featuring Air New Zealand and Jet Star Airways.

Since 2010 there is a partnership with Queenstown Airport, forming an strategic alliance that expects to generate 176,000 passengers through the Queenstown airport. 

Transport between terminals

Terminals are connected by an open-air signposted walkaway. Trip is about 10 minutes by foot. You can also take the free inter-terminal bus. Opening hours: 5 am – 10.30 pm every 15 minutes. 

International Terminal

Auckland New Zealand International Airport Terminal is exclusively for international flights worldwide. It is the main hub of New Zealand and the largest airport in the country along with Queenstown airport.
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Domestic Terminal

Domestic Terminal is just for domestic and regional flights within the country.

Nowadays, the first phase of its renovation has ended. There are expected major works until 2025, as the total renewal of the domestic terminal won’t be totally finished since then. 
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