Kapiti residents surveyed on Airport's future
Residents from Porirua, the Kapiti Coast through to Levin have the chance to have their say on the direction of their local airport.
The following Kapiti Coast Airport survey is supported by the Kapiti Coast District Council and the Porirua City Council, and is a tool to ask residents about their existing knowledge of airport services, their satisfaction with those services, and what they want in the future.
This survey is their opportunity to listen to you so they can plan their next steps.
Kapiti Coast Airport is guided by a 30-year aviation plan. More than $5 million has been invested in improvements such as Civil Aviation Authority certification, resealing, remarking and new circling approach lights for the main runway, a new passenger terminal, fencing and signage upgrades, and appointment of a full-time airport manager.
The airport is supported by the development of the adjacent Kapiti Landing business and Retail Park. The result has been an increase in services, such as the popular daily Air New Zealand flight to Auckland. Kapiti Coast Airport's success is supported by the success of Kapiti Landing, and vice versa. We know people up and down the Coast value the airport and the airport company appreciates their on-going backing.
Now the Airport Company wants to know what you think should happen next. Please take the time over the next 5 minutes to let them know your thoughts…
The Survey is open now, and closes at 10pm on Friday May 10th
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