Дата: 04-09-19 12:45
AIRPORTS TO COLLABORATE FOR THE BENEFIT OF NEW ZEALAND"S LOWER SOUTH
In a first for New Zealand, Dunedin Airport has signed a memorandum of understanding with Queenstown Airport Corporation and Invercargill Airport Limited to work together to make a "positive contribution" to the Lower South.
The purpose of the co-operative agreement is to foster a collaborative working relationship across the airports of the Lower South for the benefit of the entire region.
Dunedin Airport chief executive, Richard Roberts, noted: “Relationships are a large part of what we do and Better Together is one of our strong company values.
While Invercargill Airport's general manager, Nigel Finnerty said: “Working collaboratively with the airports of the Lower South will help open up more of our place to more people.
The airports combined facilitate approximately four million passenger arrivals and departures on scheduled flights and over 100,000 general aviation movements each year.
The companies are prioritising collaboration on environmental sustainability, health and safety and regional tourism initiatives.
Источник информации: Airport World
Перепечатка материалов разрешается только при наличии гиперссылки на
Перепечатка, копирование, воспроизведение или иное использование материалов, в которых содержится ссылка на агентства УНИАН, Iнтерфакс-Україна, строго запрещено