Dunedin Airport Project Flies Ahead

The structural steel frame is now complete for the first stage of Dunedin Airport's terminal expansion project, known as TXP.

The project fills an empty space in the centre of the existing terminal (in an area that passengers do not usually see) and is expanding the departure lounge and security screening areas.

The project is needed due to increasing numbers of passengers. The airport now deals with 1,035,645 passengers a year - a 47% increase since the terminal was built in 2006 - and during its busiest hour hosts more than 500. It takes 1734 more jets a year than it did in 2006, a 46% increase.

Signal Management Group is leading the project as Dunedin Airport's project and construction manager.


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