2016: Auckland International Airport Limited
Auckland International Airport Limited (NZX: AIA) provides airport facilities and supporting infrastructure in Auckland, New Zealand. It offers airfield landing, passenger, terminal, airport retail concessions, car parking, utilities, and transport license services. The company also leases space for facilities, such as terminals and cargo buildings. In addition, it invests in stand-alone investment properties, including Cairns Airport and Mackay Airport in Queensland, Australia; and Queenstown Airport in New Zealand. The company serves 20 international airlines, as well as handles approximately 14 million passengers a year. Auckland International Airport
Limited was founded in 1988 and is based in Manukau, New Zealand. The airport commenced operations in 1955 and has grown significantly in the intervening period. It is the major gateway to NZ and its revenue base comprises of airport operations (landing charges and passenger levies - approximately 48% of the total), with the balance from concession revenue, terminal charges, rents and car parking. Auckland Council is the largest shareholder with over 20% shareholding.
AIA listed in July 1998 following sale of the NZ Government's interest of 217million shares (51.6% of equity), at $1.80 per share.
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