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Airports in New Zealand, List of New Zealand Airports By City

All the Major Airports in New Zealand are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 62 Airports in New Zealand. New Zealand IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Alexandra Airport Alexandra, New Zealand ALR NZLX
Ardmore Airport Ardmore, New Zealand AMZ -
Ashburton Airport Ashburton, New Zealand ASG NZAS
Auckland International Airport Auckland (AKL), New Zealand AKL NZAA
Blenheim Airport Blenheim, New Zealand BHE NZWB
Christchurch International Airport Christchurch, New Zealand CHC NZCH
Coromandel Airport Coromandel, New Zealand CMV NZCX
Dargaville Airport Dargaville, New Zealand DGR NZDA
Dunedin Airport Dunedin, New Zealand DUD NZDN
Fox Glacier Airport Fox Glacier, New Zealand FGL -
Frankton Airport Queenstown, New Zealand ZQN NZQN
Franz Josef Airport Franz Josef, New Zealand WHO -
Gisborne Airport Gisborne, New Zealand GIS NZGS
Glentanner Airport Mount Cook, New Zealand GTN NZGT
Great Barrier Island Airport Great Barrier Island, New Zealand GBZ NZGB
Greymouth Airport Greymouth, New Zealand GMN NZGM
Hamilton Airport Hamilton, New Zealand HLZ NZHN
Hawkes Bay Airport Napier, New Zealand NPE NZNR
Hokitika Airport Hokitika, New Zealand HKK NZHK
Invercargill Airport Invercargill, New Zealand IVC NZNV
Kaikohe Airport Kaikohe, New Zealand KKO NZKO
Kaikoura Airport Kaikoura, New Zealand KBZ NZKI
Kaitaia Airport Kaitaia, New Zealand KAT NZKT
Karewa Airport Chatham Island, New Zealand CHT NZCI
Kawau Island Airport Kawau Island, New Zealand KUI -
Kerikeri Airport Kerikeri, New Zealand KKE NZKK
Koromiko Airport Picton, New Zealand PCN -
Manapouri Airport Te Anau, New Zealand TEU -
Matamata Airport Matamata, New Zealand MTA NZMA
Mechanics Bay Airport Auckland (AKL), New Zealand MHB -
Milford Sound Airport Milford Sound, New Zealand MFN NZMF
Motueka Airport Motueka, New Zealand MZP NZMK
Mount Cook Airport Mount Cook, New Zealand MON NZMC
Nelson Airport Nelson, New Zealand NSN NZNS
New Plymouth Airport New Plymouth, New Zealand NPL NZNP
Oamaru Airport Oamaru, New Zealand OAM NZOU
Pakatoa Island Airport Pakatoa Island, New Zealand PKL -
Palmerston North Airport Palmerston North, New Zealand PMR NZPM
Paraparaumu Airport Paraparaumu, New Zealand PPQ NZPP
Port Fitzroy Airport Port Fitzroy, New Zealand GBS -
Pukaki/Twizel Airport Mount Cook, New Zealand TWZ -
Raglan Airport Raglan, New Zealand RAG NZRA
Rotorua Airport Rotorua, New Zealand ROT NZRO
Royal Air Force Base Ohakea, New Zealand OHA NZOH
Stewart Island Airport Stewart Island, New Zealand SZS -
Surfdale Airport Surfdale, New Zealand WIK -
Taharoa Airport Taharoa, New Zealand THH -
Takaka Airport Takaka, New Zealand KTF -
Taupo Airport Taupo, New Zealand TUO NZAP
Tauranga Airport Tauranga, New Zealand TRG NZTG
Thames Airport Thames, New Zealand TMZ NZTH
Timaru Airport Timaru, New Zealand TIU NZTU
Tokoroa Airport Tokoroa, New Zealand TKZ NZTO
Wairoa Airport Wairoa, New Zealand WIR NZWO
Waitangi Airport Waitangi, New Zealand WGN -
Wanaka Airport Wanaka, New Zealand WKA NZWF
Wanganui Airport Wanganui, New Zealand WAG NZWU
Wellington International Airport Wellington, New Zealand WLG NZWN
Westport Airport Westport, New Zealand WSZ NZWS
Whakatane Airport Whakatane, New Zealand WHK NZWK
Whangarei Airport Whangarei, New Zealand WRE NZWR
Whitianga Airport Whitianga, New Zealand WTZ -

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).