Wellington International Airport

Wellington International Airport Wellington International Airport is on the Rongotai isthmus, 7 km southeast of central Wellington, New Zealand's capital city. It is a major domestic hub, and has links to the major cities of Australia. In 2005 it served 4.6 million passengers, and currently over 5 million passengers. The airport in recent months has experienced phenomenal growth rates (around 22%). As at the...

Taupo Airport

Image - Taupo Airport Taupo Airport is a vital part of the Taupo experience. Taupo Airport is a fresh and vibrant part of the local community, both as the point of arrival and departure, or as the launch-pad for the many activities the region offers. Proving big is not necessarily better, Taupo Airport with a small management team and a four person governance board, provides efficient and safe air...

Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport Queenstown Airport is situated in the Wakatipu Basin. They are within a short drive to Queenstown, which is regarded by many as the the "adventure capital of the world". The glorious Remarkables mountain range overlooks the Queenstown Airport and this view will greet you every time you visit our busy airport. Queenstown Airport is the second busiest airport in New Zealand for...

Palmerston North International Airport

Palmerston North International Airport Palmerston North International Airport is owned and operated by Palmerston North Airport Ltd, a company that was formed in December 1989. Since 30 November 2006, all shares issued by the company are held by the Palmerston North City Council. Palmerston North Airport is located to the north-east of Palmerston North on a substantially clay sub-soil. The Aerodrome was first...

Invercargill Airport

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 is only 3 km from the centre of the bustling provincial city of Invercargill (population 50,000). Air New Zealand operates regular scheduled services connecting Invercargill...

Hamilton International Airport

Hamilton International Airport H Operationally Hamilton International Airport boasts the fourth longest commercial runway in New Zealand and provides travellers with a gateway to the Central North Island. Prior to 1935 the airport started out as a "flying paddock", later serving as a maintenance base for aircraft during World War II before scheduled domestic passenger services commenced in the early 1950s....

Dunedin International Airport

Dunedin International Airport Dunedin Airport was built in Momona in 1962 to cater for passengers of short-haul aircraft. When Ansett NZ began operations in 1988 the airport underwent major extensions. On 16 August 1994, Dunedin was the first to break the mould of a regional air terminal by becoming New Zealand's first aiport outside Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch to host a commercial international...

Christchurch International Airport

Christchurch International Airport Development of the aerodrome at Harewood commenced in 1936. By 1946 the form of the terminal area development was established with hangars, a small terminal building, the water tower and some barracks buildings. The two runways and parallel taxiway concept was established in the early 1950's and in 1960 a new terminal building was in operation. Since that time, additions to...

Auckland International Airport

Auckland International Airport Auckland International Airport Limited (Auckland Airport) was formed in 1988, when the New Zealand Government corporatised the management of Auckland International Airport. In 1998, the Government sold down its shareholding, and AIAL became the fifth airport company in the world to be publicly listed. A city within a city, Auckland Airport generates billions of dollars for the...