First stage of terminal development opens at Invercargill Airport

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Invercargill Airport in New Zealand has completed stage one of its terminal development program and will begin operations in the new building on Sunday June 14.

The new terminal will house all airport check-in, arrivals, departures and a temporary Koru lounge. The temporary baggage reclaim, parking pay machines and rental car areas will be located at the south end of the building.

Stage two of the development is scheduled for completion by Christmas 2015 subject to the construction program being finalized.

A drop-off only lane is available at the front of the terminal while the 10 minute free pick-up area remains unchanged in the main carpark. The drop-off area and taxi lane will be sealed with asphalt in the summer when there are more favorable weather conditions.

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