It was back to business as usual at Wellington Airport today, but with many delays, mainly to provincial flights.
Press release from Air New Zealand – June 21
Strong winds in Wellington continue to disrupt Air New Zealand’s operations today. However, a limited number of services have now operated in and out of the Capital.
Restrictions on ground operations continue, including a limit on the number of domestic gates able to be used. One of the two trans-Tasman services scheduled to depart Wellington today has now left, with the other expected to depart shortly.
Elsewhere, there are delays across the Air New Zealand network due to the weather conditions across the country. Passengers whose travel plans have been disrupted as a result should consult the arrival and departure information on the Air New Zealand website here or call the Air New Zealand Contact Centre on 0800 737 000 for further advice.
Earlier Press Release – Air New Zealand – June 21
High winds continue to restrict operations at Wellington Airport. All Air New Zealand operations into and out of Wellington are suspended until midday. The situation remains under ongoing review.
Operations throughout other parts of the country continue to be affected by the weather and will result in late run services. Flights into or out of Auckland and Christchurch will likely be delayed however will operate as scheduled at this point.
Passengers whose travel plans have been disrupted as a result should call the Air New Zealand contact centre on 0800 737 000 for further advice.
All other passengers travelling domestically this morning are advised to consult the arrival and departure information on the Air New Zealand website for up to date schedule information.
Please refer here to the Air New Zealand website arrivals and departures page.