Closest Airport to Cape Reinga, Airports Near Cape Reinga, New Zealand

The closest airport to Cape Reinga is Kaitaia Airport (KAT). Distance from Kaitaia Airport to Cape Reinga is 56.04 miles / 90.19 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Cape Reinga

  1. Kaitaia Airport (90.19 Km)
  2. Kerikeri Airport (145.71 Km)
  3. Kaikohe Airport (153.8 Km)
  4. Dargaville Airport (200.97 Km)
  5. Whangarei Airport (213.7 Km)
  6. Great Barrier Island Airport (323.62 Km)
  7. Auckland International Airport (344.35 Km)
  8. Coromandel Airport (366.59 Km)
  9. Thames Airport (398.69 Km)
  10. Raglan Airport (423.33 Km)
  11. Hamilton Airport (450.3 Km)
  12. Matamata Airport (459.06 Km)
  13. Tauranga Airport (479.43 Km)
  14. Tokoroa Airport (511.82 Km)
  15. Rotorua Airport (523.12 Km)
  16. New Plymouth Airport (526.45 Km)
  17. Whakatane Airport (543.15 Km)
  18. Taupo Airport (567.45 Km)
  19. Wanganui Airport (649.32 Km)
  20. Wairoa Airport (660.56 Km)

List of Airports close to Cape Reinga

Kaitaia Airport (KAT)

Kaitaia Airport is located approximately 55.92 miles / 90 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is KAT.

Waitangi Airport (WGN)

Waitangi Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is WGN.

Kerikeri Airport (KKE)

Kerikeri Airport is located approximately 90.1 miles / 145 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is KKE.

Kaikohe Airport (KKO)

Kaikohe Airport is located approximately 95.07 miles / 153 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is KKO.

Dargaville Airport (DGR)

Dargaville Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is DGR.

Whangarei Airport (WRE)

Whangarei Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is WRE.

Pakatoa Island Airport (PKL)

Pakatoa Island Airport is located approximately 155.96 miles / 251 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is PKL.

Kawau Island Airport (KUI)

Kawau Island Airport is located approximately 185.17 miles / 298 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is KUI.

Port Fitzroy Airport (GBS)

Port Fitzroy Airport is located approximately 192 miles / 309 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is GBS.

Great Barrier Island Airport (GBZ)

Great Barrier Island Airport is located approximately 200.7 miles / 323 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is GBZ.

Mechanics Bay Airport (MHB)

Mechanics Bay Airport is located approximately 204.43 miles / 329 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is MHB.

Surfdale Airport (WIK)

Surfdale Airport is located approximately 212.51 miles / 342 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is WIK.

Auckland International Airport (AKL)

Auckland International Airport is located approximately 213.75 miles / 344 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is AKL.

Ardmore Airport (AMZ)

Ardmore Airport is located approximately 220.59 miles / 355 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is AMZ.

Coromandel Airport (CMV)

Coromandel Airport is located approximately 227.42 miles / 366 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is CMV.

Whitianga Airport (WTZ)

Whitianga Airport is located approximately 236.12 miles / 380 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is WTZ.

Thames Airport (TMZ)

Thames Airport is located approximately 247.31 miles / 398 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is TMZ.

Raglan Airport (RAG)

Raglan Airport is located approximately 262.84 miles / 423 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is RAG.

Hamilton Airport (HLZ)

Hamilton Airport is located approximately 279.62 miles / 450 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is HLZ.

Taharoa Airport (THH)

Taharoa Airport is located approximately 282.72 miles / 455 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Cape Reinga. IATA airport code is THH.