Christchurch Airport Arrivals
The Christchurch international airport is one of the busiest airport of New Zealand and the world. It is also much upgraded and meets all the requirements of a modern day airport. The arrival facilities of this international airport are also up to date. This airport has two domestic and international airline terminals which are operating 24/7. These airline terminals are surrounded by a highway and two Golf courses. A central heating and also a central cooling plant are deployed in the central terminal area for maintaining a good temperature and to protect temperature equilibrium to disturb.
Recently the managing authority and airport facility of Christchurch airport CIAL (Christchurch international airport limited) which is New Zealand’s second largest airport facility have expanded the Christchurch international airport’s terminal number 2. The airport has spent NZ$161 (US$119) in this development program in order to provide their arriving passengers with all state of the art facilities. Passengers arrive at this airport from different parts of the world and CIAL is trying its best to provide them with the best possible facilities available.
Most flight arrivals at this airport are domestic. The leading flight operating airline of this airport is Air New Zealand and its most flights are inside the New Zealand. So passengers arriving from this airline are mostly New Zealand nationals but this airline also provide air travel facilities to passengers from Australia and one or two other countries. Other airlines that have their international arrivals scheduled at this international airport are Singapore Airlines, Air China, Air Pacific, American Airlines, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Japan Airlines International, Singapore Airlines, US Airlines and Virgin Blue. Though it’s a small airport as compared to other airports and has limited international arrivals scheduled yet it provides its passengers with best possible arrival facilities which are available at any other modern airport of the world.