AIRPORT FLYER BUS

The Airport Flyer is an express bus service that runs from Wellington International Airport to the Hutt Valley, through the centre of Wellington, on to Queensgate - Lower Hutt.
For Te Papa – the nearest stop is Courtenay Place at Blair Street
The service runs at least once every 20 minutes, every day between the Airport and Lower Hutt.
Airport Flyer departs from the southern end of the airport terminal, level 0 (exit from baggage claim doors on level 0 and turn right).

•    For fare information please visit http://www.metlink.org.nz/tickets-and-fares/ or phone 0800 801 700.
•    The timetable for Airport Flyer is available on the Metlink website.
•    Snapper charges may apply. Please see Snapper Terms & Conditions at: www.snapper.co.nz

TAXI:

Taxi ranks can be found directly outside the baggage claim area on level 0 of the main terminal. Information for taxi and shuttle operators can be found here.

Wellington Combined Taxis P: (04) 384 4444 www.taxis.co.nz
Corporate Cabs P: (04) 387 4600  www.corporatecabs.co.nz
Green Cabs P: 0800 46 47336 www.greencabs.co.nz
   Kiwi Cabs P: (04) 389 9999  www.kiwicabsltd.co.nz  

SHUTTLES:

Want to share a ride? Super Shuttle’s shared-ride fares offer substantial discounts for passengers traveling in the same group to the same destination.
Shuttle ranks can be found directly outside the baggage claim area on level 0 of the main terminal.

Super Shuttle P: 0800 748885 www.supershuttle.co.nz

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