Dunedin Airport was built in 1962 and has become the fifth busiest airport in New Zealand. A number of airlines provide scheduled services to cities in New Zealand and Australia. For passengers there is a spacious terminal in which to relax in before their flight. There are a total of five gates, two of which have jet bridges. The terminal offers three duty free stores and a handful of general retail stores. The airport’s food court is located on level one and features a range of choices for even the most fussiest of eaters, which four food outlets. Dunedin Airport has a single runway which is suitable for aircraft up to the size of an Airbus A330 or equivalent. The Koru Lounge is ideal for those passengers looking to relax away from the crowds of the terminal or looking to undertake work or conduct meetings. The lounge is ideal for those who wish to travel in or out of Dunedin Airport on a private jet charter.