Prince Harry turned on the charm for new-found admirers when he arrived at Invercargill Airport on Sunday, 1 May 2015 before heading off for a two-day visit to Stewart Island. Click the image for a larger version.

Invercargill Airport is just 3km from the city centre with daily flights to and from other New Zealand cities and local tourist destinations.

The airport is 97.18% owned by Invercargill City Holdings Ltd, the Council-owned company which manages the council’s trading companies.

Chloe Scala, a Southlander who was previously employed by Carnival Cruise Lines, was appointed General Manager in December 2010.

The Invercargill-based construction company Amalgamated Builders is the main contractor for the current terminal upgrade project. The existing terminal building will be demolished in two stages to build a new terminal, and the upgrade will cost about $13 million.

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