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    Auckland Airport expects the coronavirus outbreak to deliver a major hit to its bottom line

    Auckland Airport expects the coronavirus outbreak to deliver a major hit to its bottom line


    Auckland Airport
    Auckland Airport
    The international airport has announced a 147.2 million dollar profit in the six months to December -- up 0.8 on the previous six months.

    But it expects its full year profit to be about five million dollars lower than previously estimated, due to COVID-19.

    The airport has also been copping criticism after it had to close its runway at short notice twice in quick succession because of debris.

    Auckland Council owns about 22-percent of the airport company.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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