Closest Airport to Auckland, Airports Near Auckland, New Zealand

The closest airport to Auckland is Auckland International Airport (AKL). Distance from Auckland International Airport to Auckland is 11.14 miles / 17.93 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Auckland

  1. Auckland International Airport (17.93 Km)
  2. Coromandel Airport (66.67 Km)
  3. Thames Airport (77.81 Km)
  4. Great Barrier Island Airport (92.54 Km)
  5. Raglan Airport (106.67 Km)
  6. Hamilton Airport (123.88 Km)
  7. Whangarei Airport (125.3 Km)
  8. Dargaville Airport (127.54 Km)
  9. Matamata Airport (131.15 Km)
  10. Tauranga Airport (156.39 Km)
  11. Kaikohe Airport (177.09 Km)
  12. Tokoroa Airport (183.66 Km)
  13. Kerikeri Airport (192.21 Km)
  14. Rotorua Airport (196.08 Km)
  15. Whakatane Airport (224.31 Km)
  16. Kaitaia Airport (238.34 Km)
  17. Taupo Airport (240.18 Km)
  18. New Plymouth Airport (245.6 Km)
  19. Wairoa Airport (333.69 Km)
  20. Hawkes Bay Airport (344.4 Km)

List of Airports close to Auckland

Mechanics Bay Airport (MHB)

Mechanics Bay Airport is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers East (E) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is MHB.

Auckland International Airport (AKL)

Auckland International Airport is located approximately 10.56 miles / 17 kilometers South (S) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is AKL.

Ardmore Airport (AMZ)

Ardmore Airport is located approximately 16.78 miles / 27 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is AMZ.

Surfdale Airport (WIK)

Surfdale Airport is located approximately 18.02 miles / 29 kilometers East (E) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is WIK.

Kawau Island Airport (KUI)

Kawau Island Airport is located approximately 26.1 miles / 42 kilometers North (N) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is KUI.

Coromandel Airport (CMV)

Coromandel Airport is located approximately 41.01 miles / 66 kilometers East (E) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is CMV.

Thames Airport (TMZ)

Thames Airport is located approximately 47.85 miles / 77 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is TMZ.

Pakatoa Island Airport (PKL)

Pakatoa Island Airport is located approximately 47.85 miles / 77 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is PKL.

Whitianga Airport (WTZ)

Whitianga Airport is located approximately 50.33 miles / 81 kilometers East (E) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is WTZ.

Port Fitzroy Airport (GBS)

Port Fitzroy Airport is located approximately 55.3 miles / 89 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is GBS.

Great Barrier Island Airport (GBZ)

Great Barrier Island Airport is located approximately 57.17 miles / 92 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is GBZ.

Raglan Airport (RAG)

Raglan Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers South (S) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is RAG.

Hamilton Airport (HLZ)

Hamilton Airport is located approximately 76.43 miles / 123 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is HLZ.

Whangarei Airport (WRE)

Whangarei Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is WRE.

Dargaville Airport (DGR)

Dargaville Airport is located approximately 78.91 miles / 127 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is DGR.

Matamata Airport (MTA)

Matamata Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is MTA.

Taharoa Airport (THH)

Taharoa Airport is located approximately 91.96 miles / 148 kilometers South (S) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is THH.

Tauranga Airport (TRG)

Tauranga Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is TRG.

Kaikohe Airport (KKO)

Kaikohe Airport is located approximately 109.98 miles / 177 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is KKO.

Tokoroa Airport (TKZ)

Tokoroa Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Auckland. IATA airport code is TKZ.