https://www.wellingtonairport.co.nz/ ~ +64 4 385 5100
Wellington International Airport is an international airport located in the suburb of Rongotai in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. Wellington Airport is 8 kilometres away from the Central Business District (CBD). The average journey is 15-25 minutes depending on traffic flow and time of day.
The Airport Flyer is an express bus service that travels between Lower Hutt and through Wellington City to the Wellington International Airport and back. The Airport Flyer bus stop is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park. Go out Door E on the Ground Floor (by the baggage hall) and follow signs.
There are four taxi companies authorised to pick up non booked fares from Wellington International Airport. Taxi ranks can be found directly outside the baggage claim area on the Ground Floor of the main terminal. Use Door G. While costs may vary between service providers, a Taxi/Executive Cab to/from Wellington CBD can cost between $30-40 NZD. You can pay this fare with cash, credit or EFTPOS.
An airport shuttle is a cheaper option than taking a taxi if you’re travelling on your own or in a large group. Shuttle ranks can be found directly outside the baggage claim area on the Ground Floor of the main terminal, but you can book online as well. Costs vary depending on your destination, but a shuttle to/from Wellington CBD starts at $15 NZD. You can pay for your shuttle with cash or credit card or you can book online.
Air New Zealand ~ +64 800 737 000 ~ http://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/
For international passengers, we suggest that you try to allow yourself at least a day in which to adjust to the time difference and relax after your flight, before the Meeting commences. Travellers flying westward across the Pacific Ocean are reminded that they will lose a day by crossing the International Date Line. The ‘lost day’ will be returned on the return journey. To obtain the best rates for domestic air travel, it is essential to book airfares as soon as possible.
Contact During the Conference
As a courtesy to speakers, delegates are requested to switch mobile phones to silent during sessions. Messages can be left at the registration desk. Delegates will need to check with the registration desk if they are expecting any messages.
Credit cards are widely accepted. Commonly accepted are Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners. These cards are accepted at this Meeting.
Facilities for People with Disabilities
Please indicate during the registration process if you require disabled facilities.
Goods and Services Tax
Goods and services in NZ are subject to a 15% tax (GST). This is usually included in the price, but if not, is clearly stated.
Delegates are advised to book comprehensive travel and medical insurance and ensure that all possessions are adequately insured. The policy should include loss of fees/deposits through cancellation of your participation in the conference. The Conference Managers will not accept any responsibility for delegates failing to arrange insurance.