BARNZ Executive Director, Justin Tighe-Umbers, said $33m should flow back into airline passengers’ pockets in the next three years.
This is because Auckland Airport has reduced its prices in response to criticism by the Commerce Commission that its prices were too high.
BARNZ and airlines have been arguing for fairer airport pricing since Auckland Airport started its pricing consultation in 2016. So it has been a long journey to get to this point but BARNZ believes the airport has acted in good faith and made a significant step towards fairer pricing, said Mr Tighe-Umbers.
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