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Shareholder poll results for Auckland Airport

Media Release l 12 February 2014
Shareholder poll results for Auckland Airport

The special meeting of Auckland International Airport Limited to seek approval of the arrangement relating to the return of capital to shareholders was held at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau today.

The special resolution put to the meeting was passed by shareholders and Auckland Airport will now seek final orders from the High Court sanctioning the return of capital.

Full details of the poll conducted are set out below.

Results of poll:
Special Resolution
1. To approve the arrangement relating to the return of capital to shareholders 814,125,7955,442,15999.34%


Note to media: The result of the shareholder poll taken at the Auckland Airport special meeting have been counted by Link Market Services and scrutinised by the Company’s auditor, Deloitte.

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