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ZQN Airport Monthly Passenger Update – JUNE 2015

By Nina Jensen

The strong growth experienced by Queenstown airport continued in June despite challenging weather, and passenger numbers still grew on all domestic and international routes.

In terms of domestic travel a new milestone was achieved with more than 1 million domestic passengers passing through the airport in the last 12 months.

International passenger numbers were up nearly 39% on June last year, with the biggest growth on the trans-Tasman routes – in particular Sydney and the Gold Coast routes.  Capacity and load factors increased on all routes, with 31% more international landings than last June.

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