Christchurch Airport is known as the second busiest airport after Auckland Airport in New Zealand. Nearly 157 international flights and 900 domestic flights arrive and depart from the airport every week. It is located in the Harewood suburb. The airport started functioning officially in 1940. However, its international operations began only in 1950. It has the capacity of handling Airbus A380s and Boeing 747s and remains functional all round the clock. It has the potential of handling nearly 7.9 million passengers in a year. After the beginning of international operations, the airport has undergone several expansions and infrastructure upgrades to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. Christ church Airport has a single terminal that is used for international and domestic flights. It has two runways. The old domestic terminal was demolished recently, and a new terminal building was constructed in 2013. You can easily find all the essential amenities and facilities at the airport to ensure a smooth, convenient, and hassle-free travel. The airport features airline lounges for the VIP and business travellers to enable them to rest while waiting for their flights to depart. The operations and facilities at the airport are being enhanced to ensure optimum satisfaction of the travellers.