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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Thousands of travellers are set to board an international flight today

    Thousands of travellers are set to board an international flight today


    Auckland Airport
    Auckland Airport
    Auckland and Wellington Airport's are bracing for their busiest day of international travel of the year.

    43-thousand international passengers will pass through Auckland Airport, four-and-a-half thousand through Wellington.

    Wellington Airport spokesman Greg Thomas says passengers can make their trip smoother by checking-in online, planning travel to and from the airport in advance, and packing bags carefully.

    He says the good news is there are no longer departure cards to fill out.

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