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One of the busiest domestic hubs in New Zealand, Whangarei District Airport boasts nine domestic flights and charters and top facilities including ample parking space, private aircraft hangars, and four outlets offering car hire in Whangarei Airport.
Offering flights to major cities around New Zealand, Wellington International Airport also handles traffic to and from various Australian cities. It is the main airport for the city of Wellington, transporting 5 million passengers in and out of New Zealand’s capital in a single year. It is well connected to the city through convenient road links, while efficient transport options are also on offer, including car rental in Wellington Airport.
Located 7 kilometres from central Wanganui, North Island’s Wanganui Regional Airport is the premier domestic gateway to Wanganui City. It is served by Air New Zealand, which offers flights to other cities and towns like Taupo, Auckland and Wellington. It is an ideal base for visiting the city and the surrounding region, and convenient transfer services to and from the airport are available through local taxis as well as car hire in Wanganui – Airport.
The main domestic gateway to Timaru, Richard Pearse Airport offers regular services to the city of Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. It is served by the national carrier, Air New Zealand, which also offers services to Christchurch and Oamaru on occasion. The airport is only a few minutes away from the town centre, and convenient transport options are available on site, including car hire in Timaru Airport.
Tauranga Airport is a regional aviation facility serving Tauranga city. The airport provides flights to domestic locations and is served by commercial airline Air New Zealand. Charter flights are also available in the airport.
Served primarily by Air New Zealand, Rotorua International Airport operates small aircraft on two runways, as well as private charters and helicopters. With two return flights to Sydney per week and a myriad of domestic flights, the airport handles over 150,000 passengers each year. With Rotorua’s bustling tourism industry, the figures are expected to triple in three years.
Nelson is one of New Zealand’s oldest cities in the South Island and it serves as the Nelson-Tasman region’s cultural and economic heart. Visitors can enjoy stunning sceneries, excellent cuisine, endless shopping options and cultural experiences during their holiday in Nelson, making car hire in Nelson Airport recommended so they can make the most of their stay.
Napier Airport is operated by Hawke’s Bay Airport Authority but is owned by Napier City, Crown, and Hastings District. This regional airport provides flights to Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland and other cities in New Zealand.
Offering regular flights to and from Auckland, Kerikeri Airport serves as an important gateway to Bay of Islands in New Zealand. It mainly caters to the tourist town of Kerikeri, which is also one of the most beautiful locations in the area. It is mainly served by Air New Zealand, while Salt Air also offers services to WHangarei.
One of the main gateways to New Zealand’s southern region, Invercargill Airport lies on the southern edge of the South Island a short drive from the city centre of Invercargill. It offers services to different destinations around New Zealand as well as the nearby Stewart Island. Central Invercargill is only 3 kilometres away and car rental in Invercargill Airport is readily available for a convenient transport means around town.