WHANGAREI AIRPORT - situated at Handforth Street, Onerahi, is an easy 10 minute drive from the city centre. The location within the pleasant harbour side suburb of Onerahi means that local shops and accommodation are even closer at hand. Ample car parking is provided and well lit. Security is not provided but video cameras are in use. A drop off zone is situated just outside the departures entrance to assist with unloading of cars. The Airport Terminal building is modern and air-conditioned. It provides a toilet for the disabled and a baby changing table.
AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Auckland Airport is New Zealand's international gateway and premier airport. We are committed to ensuring the safe, secure and seamless movement of aircraft and passengers. The airport team is focused on continuing to add value by growing the company's four core businesses - aviation, retail, car parking and property. Going forward, the upgrading of facilities to ensure a continuation of a first-class passenger and visitor experience is most important. We will do this by working closely with all stakeholders. Enjoy the journey.
HAMILTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Hamilton International Airport operates both domestic and international flights on a regular basis. Domestic airlines that operate to and from Hamilton Airport are: Air New Zealand, Origin Pacific and Sun Air. Freedom Air International runs regular flights to four Australian ports - Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and the Gold Coast. There is also a scheduled service to Fiji.
TAURANGA AIRPORT - Tauranga City Council is responsible for managing the daily operation of Tauranga Airport. Tauranga Airport is the fifth busiest airport nationwide and the third busiest in regard to general aviation. To contact Tauranga Airport phone 07 575 2456.
ROTORUA REGIONAL AIRPORT - Rotorua Regional Airport is the gateway for domestic and international visitors to Rotorua and beyond. The airport is located approximately one hours driving time from Tauranga, Whakatane and Taupo and only two hours drive to Hamilton. Rotorua Regional Airport’s central location in the Bay of Plenty, and of course Rotorua, makes it an ideal airport for business and leisure visitors alike.
GISBORNE AIRPORT - With the district now best accessed by air, Gisborne Airport offers a range of services for its visitors and business partners. For travelling visitors, we are committed to ensuring you arrive and depart Gisborne Airport safely, with an ability to relax in pleasant surroundings. For businesses and pilots, we offer additional services such as hangar and storage facilities. Other services will be added shortly, as the airport grows under the new management of Eastland Infrastructure Limited.
HAWKES BAY AIRPORT - Hawke's Bay Airport is situated on State Highway 2 at Westshore, Napier, New Zealand, approximately 10 minutes from the Napier CBD and 20 minutes from Hastings. Air New Zealand provides frequent daily direct flights from the Hawke's Bay Terminal which provides ample parking for passengers and visitors.
TAUPO AIRPORT AUTHORITY - Taupo Airport is located in the center of the North Island of New Zealand and 8km south of the town centre, next to New Zealand's largest lake, Lake Taupo. The Airport has approximately 45,000 aircraft movements per year, with approximately 6,000 of these being IFR. Air NZ link connects this popular tourist region with regular link services from both International Airports at Wellington and Auckland.
PALMERSTON NORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Palmerston North International Airport offers executive jet access to New Zealand. The airport is the gateway to the lower North Island and the top of the South Island - NZ Central. The Ruapehu skifields, the Hawkes Bay, Martinborough and Marlborough vineyards, the Abel Tasman National Park, the Nelson arts, the Kapiti Coast Lindale Tourist and Agricultural Centre, the famous Te Papa, Napier's Art Deco and much more are all within easy travel
WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Wellington International Airport Limited (WIAL) is one of New Zealand's three largest airports. For the year to 31 March 2003 it handled 3.9 million passengers, of which 450,000 were international. For the same year there were 112, 490 aircraft movements. The airport has a single 1,936 metre runway and is a major domestic hub in the regional and national transport system, together with providing international services across the Tasman to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
NELSON AIRPORT - This is New Zealand's fourth busiest commercial airport, serving more than half a million passengers each year. Click on a link alongside to enter our airport, discover our region and and check flight informations.
BLENHEIM AIRPORT - Blenheim Airport is a busy regional airport co-located with RNZAF Base Woodbourne in the sunny Wairau Valley on the north-eastern corner of the South Island of New Zealand. The airport is located 5km from the outskirts of Blenheim in the centre of New Zealand's premier wine growing area and has easy access to excellent accommodation and restaurants.
CHRISTCHURCH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Christchurch International Airport is owned and operated by Christchurch International Airport Limited (CIAL). CIAL was established as a limited liability company in 1988. CIAL is responsible for the efficient and safe operation of Christchurch International Airport, whilst aiming to provide the airport's diversity of users with modern, appropriate and competitive facilities and services.
>QUEENSTOWN AIRPORT - A new Terminal complex incorporating state of the art Domestic & International facilities was completed in July 2001, including expanded airport retail shopping, 2 x public viewing areas, cafeteria, 2 x airline lounges, 2 x private meeting & Board rooms, 2 x Duty Free shops, 4 x flightseeing desks & 5 x car rental counters, information & full passenger transport facilities.
DUNEDIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - Dunedin International Airport takes pride in becoming a gateway through which visitors will pass in search of a holiday in New Zealand’s south. Accessing southern destinations via Dunedin offers closeness, convenience and cost effectiveness. And there’s more than one way to go which means tourists need not spend time backtracking over country they’ve already seen.
INVERCARGILL AIRPORT - Invercargill is situated on the south coast of the South Island of New Zealand and located close to the southern tourist attractions of Queenstown, Fiordland, Stewart Island and the Catlins. The airport has a modern terminal building and international arrival and departure facilities are also available. It has a sealed runway of length 1,710 metres, currently being extended to 2,210 metres. Not only does it receive occasional charter flights from Australia, it is used by Qantas for diverted flights between Australia and Queenstown if Queenstown airport is inoperable due to adverse weather conditions.
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