Auckland Airport has made another full year underlying loss, RNZ reports, as border closures disrupted domestic and international air travel for much of the year. “We are in a global race to attract back visitors and international airline routes and services and New Zealand needs to work hard to ensure their return,” airport chief executive Carrie Hurihanganui said. “We are now progressing our capital plan to build a stronger Auckland Airport, delivering on a world-class travel experience for travellers and fuelling our future success.”