Wellington Airport has been thoroughly renovated in 2010. A new terminal was erected, nicknamed 'The Rock', which from the outside indeed looks like a rock.
The airport is situated 8 kilometers southeast of the city center of Wellington, New Zealand's capital. There's no train connection with the airport, but every 15 minutes an express bus runs to the center of New-Zealand's capital. The airport is situated at the end of Highway 1 and is therefore easily reachable by car.
The airport offers a good number of restaurants, cafés, and (snack) bars, but the number of shops is not overwhelming. You can rent meeting or conference rooms for business meetings. The airport's conference center has small and large meeting rooms (2 to 100 people). Other facilities at Wellington Airport include banks, exchange offices, a post office, and wireless internet (in the food court).
In the aviation industry Wellington Airport is indicated by the abbreviations WLG (IATA airport code) and NZWN (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Wellington Airport.