Queenstown Airport in New Zealand has released a $350 million draft master plan for public consultation. The plan includes a series of improvements to be delivered over a period of 10 years. It includes terminal extension, parallel taxiway, improved transit connections and much more. As a part of the plan the airport’s existing terminal facility will be expanded by around 15% from 18,000 sq m to 21,000 sq m to accommodate growth estimates, which will see footfall rise from 2.4 million to 3.2 million per year by 2032. Other proposals include a new parallel taxiway, the relocation of general aviation facilities further away from
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