AUCKLAND AIRPORT DIGGING DEEP TO BEEF UP FUEL NETWORK

Auckland Airport is burying new fuel pipes in 4m-deep trenches below its airfield to make its infrastructure more resilient.The 4.4km pipeline currently pumps up to 14,300 litres of fuel a minute to 22 different aircraft stands,...

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