COVID-19: information for Hamilton Airport users
At 11.59pm on Tuesday, 7 September, our region moved to Delta Alert Level 2.
What does this mean for Hamilton Airport users?
- Our airport is open to the public, and flights are going out as scheduled. Check our flights page for details.
- If you are visiting our terminal, please use the COVID tracing app to scan the barcodes situated around the terminal and on your travels.
- Please observe social distancing protocols of 2 metres.
- Under all alert levels, you are required to wear a face mask onboard the plane and on all public transport. Under Alert Level 2, you must wear a mask while in the terminal. It is recommended you wear a mask at all times in public.
- Propeller Airport Cafe is open under Alert Level 2. We are limited to 50 people in the cafe, so please be patient. We can still provide coffee and food if we are at maximum capacity, however this would need to be consumed outside the cafe area (in the viewing deck area for example). Scanning in or signing manually at the cafe is mandatory.
- Parking - our car park is open and operating as normal.
Stay safe everyone. If you require further information, please visit the government’s COVID website here. **
Delta Alert Level 2 precautions and information:
- Face masks/coverings are currently required on all domestic flights in New Zealand.
- Face masks/coverings must be worn inside the terminal at all times, unless you are in the designated cafe area, where you can remove your mask to eat and drink.
- Physical distancing conventions must be followed – these are communicated through posters, digital and physical signage at the airport.
- Please use the hand sanitiser dispensers that are placed around the terminal.
- We have a robust cleaning and sanitising process – particularly around high touch areas such as check-in counters, touch screens, hand rails, door handles etc. Of course it is important you take care of your own personal hygiene as well, so please:
- Wash your hands well
- Sanitise often
- Avoid touching your face
- Cough/sneeze into your elbow
- Practice physical distancing
For more information: