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Shareholder Poll Results for Auckland Airport

Shareholder Poll Results for Auckland Airport

The annual meeting of shareholders of Auckland International Airport Limited was held at the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre today [30/10/08]. All resolutions put to the meeting were passed by shareholders. Full details of the polls conducted are set out below.

Anthony Frankham was re-elected to the board. He was appointed a director of the company in 1994 and chaired the board’s audit and risk committee until he became board chairman last year.

Keith Turner was re-elected to the board. He was appointed a director of the company in 2004, and deputy chairman in November 2007.

Directors were authorised to fix the fees and expenses of the auditor, Deloitte.

Results of polls:
Resolution / For / Against / %
1 To re-elect Anthony Frankham as a director. / 567,945,581 / 23,163,610 / 96.08%
2 To re- elect Keith Turner as a director. / 568,055,912 / 23,059,794 / 96.10%
6 To authorise the directors to fix the fees and expenses of the auditor. / 586,707,172 / 4,288,240 / 99.27%

Note to media: These results of the shareholder polls taken at the 2008 Auckland Airport annual meeting have been counted by Computershare Investor Services and scrutinised by the company’s auditor, Deloitte.


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