Dunedin Airport has been giving a warm southern welcome to travellers since 1962.
In 1996 the airport was extended and upgraded to accept international flights, and nowadays sees nearly 1 million satisfied passengers each year
Proudly celebrating the grit, big heart and “work hard, play hard” attitude of the south, the Southern Man sculpture can be found outside the main entrance. South Island artist Sam Mahon welded together 50 bronze sections to create the work, which was a generous millennium gift from legendary local brewery Speight’s.
Spare a moment to take a look before you leave, and be sure to stroke the horse’s nose – it’s said to bring good luck for your travels.
The team at Dunedin Airport are pretty proud of their new departure lounge and screening lanes. So much so in fact, that they had the lads at Reframed Media create a video about it!
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Babies can be fed and changed in the parent room on Level 1, to the right of the escalators.Read More
To avoid delays, please ensure you’re checked in 30 minutes prior to the departure of domestic flights and 90 minutes before international flights. Wondering about what to put in your hand luggage?Read More
Ouch! Need medical help? Go and see our friendly customer services team who will look after you in our First Aid Room.
The information desk can be found on the ground floor, directly in front of the main doors alongside the baggage claim area.Read More
We’re here to help: please contact (03) 486 2879, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
You can view and calculate your parking charges by following the link below.Read More
Feel like freshening up? We have showers available at the Airport and for a $10 fee we supply a towel, shampoo and soap.Read More
Free WiFi is available throughout the airport.