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Hawke’s Bay Airport and Centralines Sign JV Agreement to Advance Solar Project

4 Jun 2020

In a move that further advances its aspiration to be New Zealand’s first carbon neutral airport, Hawke’s Bay Airport has entered into a Joint Venture agreement with Waipukurau based lines company Centralines to explore the potential for a commercial solar farm on-Airport.

Alert Level Two Update to Passengers

12 May 2020

On Monday 11th May Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that the New Zealand would progressively move into Covid-19 Alert Level 2 from Thursday 14th May. This means that people can resume their domestic travel plans and Air New Zealand has responded by restoring some additional capacity to both their Napier-Auckland and Napier-Wellington routes.


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