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Auckland International Airport share price (ASX:AIA) | How to buy Auckland International Airport shares

Everything you need to know about buying Auckland International Airport shares.


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    • Full name: Auckland International Airport
    • ASX ticker code: ASX:AIA
    • Industry: Travel, Infrastructure
    • Date listed on ASX: 2000
    • Market cap: $6.01 billion
    • CEO: Adrian Littlewood
    • Key competitors: Sydney Airport (SYD:ASX)

About Auckland International Airport

Auckland International Airport (AIA:ASX) is New Zealand's primary airport for domestic and international passengers. There are three other airports in New Zealand, however Auckland Airport is by far the busiest with more than 20 million passengers travelling though the airport in FY2018/19 alone. The airport is home to Air New Zealand and is also a hub for Australian airlines Jetstar and Virgin. As well as welcoming millions of domestic and international passengers each year, the airport also provides jobs to thousands of people.

Auckland International Airport stock profile

Auckland International Airport shares are down 40% (as of 1 April 2020) from their price at the start of the year on 1 January 2020. This is a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic and the global travel bans in place to try and stop the spread. Prior to this, the stock performed well in 2019 increasing by 24% over the year. In 2019 it paid a dividend of $0.23 per share.


  • Year-round tourism. New Zealand is both a popular Winter and Summer destination, bringing a steady stream of tourists all year round with the majority passing through Auckland Airport.
  • Potential buying opportunity. As of March 2020, the share price is down significantly from its late-February price which could present a buying opportunity for patient, buy-and-hold investors.
  • Further development. The airport is undergoing major development over the next 5-10 years to expand and add an additional runway, providing jobs for thousands of people in the process and increasing the capacity for more flights per day.


  • COVID-19 Travel bans. There are widespread travel restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic, and it's still unclear how long travel bans will remain in place. Even after official travel bans are lifted, the number of people traveling is expected to remain quite low for some time.
  • Share price fall. The Auckland Airport share price fell 50% in a matter of weeks in March 2020 due to coronavirus. The ongoing economic impact of the pandemic on airports and airlines is still largely unknown.

Should I buy Auckland International Airport stocks?

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How to buy Auckland International Airport shares

  1. Choose a share trading platform. In order to buy shares listed on the ASX you'll need to open an account with a broker. Our table below can help you choose.
  2. Open your account. You'll need your ID, bank details and tax file number.
  3. Confirm your payment details. You'll need to fund your account with a bank transfer, debit card or credit card.
  4. Find the shares you want to buy. Search the platform for Auckland International Airport (ASX:AIA) shares and place a buy order. It's that simple.

When you successfully purchase shares, you'll receive a confirmation note from the broker, and the money will be taken out of your cash account. For more information about buying stocks, you can read our guide on how to buy shares.

Compare share trading accounts to buy Auckland International Airport shares

Data indicated here is updated regularly
Name Product Standard brokerage fee for ASX shares Standard brokerage for US shares Inactivity fee Currency conversion fee Markets
IG Share Trading
AUD 8 or
USD 10 or
2 cents per share
AUD 50 per quarter if you make fewer than three trades in that period
ASX shares
Global shares
Margin trading
Start trading stocks in less than a few minutes with IG’s instant sign-up process.
Enjoy some of the lowest brokerage fees on the market when trading Australian shares, international shares, forex and CFDs, plus get access to 24-hour customer support.
eToro Share Trading
USD 10 per month if there’s been no login for 12 months
Global shares
Zero brokerage share trading on US stocks with trades as low as $50.
Note: This broker offers CFDs which are volatile investment products and most clients lose money trading CFDs with this provider.
Join the world’s biggest social trading network when you trade stocks, commodities and forex from the one account.
CMC Markets Stockbroking
AUD 11 or
USD 19.95
AUD 15 per month if you make no trades in that period
ASX shares
Global shares
Margin trading
Options trading
Access a broad range of investment products from Australia and overseas.
Invest in managed funds, trade shares, warrants, options and CFDs listed across the ASX, SSX and Chi-X, and other major global exchanges, including US, Canada and UK markets.
ANZ Share Investing
AUD 19.95
AUD 59
ASX shares
Global shares
Margin trading
Options trading
Earn 1 Qantas Point per AU$3 spent on brokerage fees on certain instruments.
Access Morningstar reports, company announcements and and live pricing via ANZ’s share investing platform. Available for desktop and mobile.
Westpac Online Investing Account
AUD 19.95 or
USD 19.95
AUD 63.50 per year on the global markets account
ASX shares
Global shares
Options trading
US shares

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Disclaimer: This information should not be interpreted as an endorsement of futures, stocks, ETFs, options or any specific provider, service or offering. It should not be relied upon as advice or construed as providing recommendations of any kind. Futures, stocks, ETFs and options trading involves substantial risk of loss and therefore are not appropriate for all investors. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain your own advice, before making any trades.

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