Jucy Rentals Auckland Airport

JUCY Auckland Airport branch is located only minutes away from both the International and Domestic Airports. Our convenient shuttle service will ensure you arrive at our branch quickly and our dedicated JUCY Team will get you in your car or campa quickly so you can start your JUCY Adventure without delay.

Address Manu Tapu Drive, Auckland Airport, Auckland
Reservations 0800 399 736
Fax +64 9 256 9055

8am - 6pm - 7 days a week


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Auckland Airport Pickup and Dropoff During Office Hours

Jucy Car Rentals based at Auckland airport offers free transfers to and from the airport terminal and from airport hotels. When you arrive at the Auckland airport, please call us from any phone on 0800 399 736 and we will come to collect you.

Auckland Airport Pickup and Dropoff Outside Office Hours
Late pickups are available on request for car rentals only (NOTE: Campervans cannot be picked up or returned after hours). You must complete the pre-registration form and you have to fax this to us 48 hours prior to despatch. 

The keys are collected from Visitor Information at the International Arrivals Terminal and the car is parked in the main carpark. A NZ$30 charge applies for this service and you will also need to pay for car parking. The car is moved to the airport at approx 3pm and parking is approx NZ$8 per hour (maximum charge NZ$45).

About Auckland Airport
Auckland Airport (formerly Auckland International Airport) is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand with over 13 million passengers a year,  expected to more than double by 2025. The airport is in Mangere, a western suburb of Manukau City, and is 21 km south of Auckland City centre. It is the central hub for Air New Zealand.


Auckland Airport is one of New Zealand’s most important infrastructure assets, providing thousands of jobs for the region, and is the country’s second largest cargo 'port' by value, contributing around $14 billion to the economy, and catering for over four million visitors each year, resulting in a 70% share of New Zealand's international travellers.

The airport is the fourth busiest in Australasia after Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane airports. However, internationally, the airport is the second busiest in Australasia, being a third busier than Melbourne Airport in terms of international passengers. The airport has also been rated in the top 3 worldwide for airports handling 5–15 million passengers annually.

It has a capacity of about 45 flight movements per hour, using a single runway which is fully Cat IIIb capable. A close by taxiway was upgraded for use as a runway when the main runway requires maintenance or for use during emergencies, but it does not have sufficient separation distance to operate simultaneously with the main runway. In November 2007 work began on a new northern runway, to be built in several stages and to be used mainly by smaller airplanes, freeing up capacity on the main runway.  read more