The Auckland Airport - Domestic Jet Hub project will deliver a new domestic jet terminal connected to the existing international terminal. The new NZ$1 billion plus Hub will provide direct access between domestic and international travel and reduced connection times.
As part of the August 2021 reset in its forward infrastructure program, Auckland Airport expects the progress on major works of the Domestic Jet Hub to be governed by the pace of aviation recovery.
|Feb 2020||Contract Award|
An interim project alliance agreement has been reached between Auckland Airport, Hawkins, Fletcher Construction, and Mott Macdonald, with the agreement to be finalised once financial issues are agreed upon by the alliance parties.
|Feb 2020||An interim project alliance agreement was reached between Auckland Airport, Hawkins, Fletcher Construction, and Mott Macdonald, with the agreement to be finalised once financial aspects are agreed upon by the alliance parties.|
|Mar 2020||Auckland Airport announced that it has decided to suspend selected capital expenditure projects with a completed value of more than NZ$2 billion until there is more certainty about the impact on the aviation sector following the spread of COVID-19. While some smaller projects are still under review, the suspended projects include the second runway, Domestic Jet Hub, a multi-storey car park and Park-and-Ride South.|
|Aug 2021||Announcing a reset in its forward infrastructure plan, the Auckland Airport said enabling works for the Domestic Jet Hub will commence in early 2022. This includes demolishing and relocating the legacy eastern baggage hall, livestock holding area, and waste disposal facilities, relocating key utilities, relocating the operations control centre and emergency operations centre, and carrying out ground, services, and technical investigations. Timing on major works of the project are to be determined by the pace of aviation sector's recovery from COVID-19.|