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NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Auckland International Airport is located about 20 kilometres south of the city centre in the suburb of Mangere. It is New Zealand’s largest and busiest airport. There is one terminal building for international flights and another for domestic flights. Auckland Airport is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, with over 21 million passengers in the year ended March 2019.
The airport is located near Mangere, a residential suburb, and Airport Oaks, a service hub suburb 21 kilometres south of the Auckland city centre. It is both a domestic and international hub for Air New Zealand, and as the New Zealand hub of Virgin Australia and Jetstar Airways.

The airport handled 71 per cent of New Zealand's international air passenger arrivals and departures in 2000. It is one of only two airports in New Zealand (the other being Christchurch) capable of handling Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 aircraft.
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WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Wellington International Airport is an international airport located in the suburb of Rongotai in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. It lies 5.5 km south-east from the city centre. It is a hub for Air New Zealand and its subsidiaries. Wellington is the third busiest airport in New Zealand (after Auckland and Christchurch) handling a total of 6,049,194 passengers in the year ending 31 March 2017. The airport, in addition to linking many New Zealand destinations with national and regional carriers, also has links to major cities in eastern Australia. It is the home of some smaller general aviation businesses, including the Wellington Aero Club which operates from the general aviation area on the western side of the runway.
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CHRISTCHURCH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Christchurch Airport is the main airport that serves Christchurch, New Zealand. It is located 12 kilometres to the northwest of the city centre, in the suburb of Harewood. Christchurch Airport officially opened on 18 May 1940 and became New Zealand's first international airport on 16 December 1950. It is the second busiest airport in New Zealand after Auckland by both annual passengers and aircraft movements. Christchurch and Auckland are the only two airports in New Zealand that regularly handle Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 aircraft. The airport is curfew free operating 24 hours a day.
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QUEENSTOWN AIRPORT
Queenstown Airport (IATA: ZQN, ICAO: NZQN) is located in Frankton, Otago, New Zealand, and serves the resort town of Queenstown. The airport is 8 km (5.0 mi) from the Queenstown CBD. The airport handled 2.25 million passengers as of 2018 making it the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand by passenger traffic. Queenstown Airport has a single terminal which handles both international and domestic flights. It has been expanded several times since the 1990s to cope with the introduction of international flights and the rapid increase in passenger numbers. The terminal consists of a single level and does not utilise jet bridges meaning that all access between the terminal and planes entails walking across the apron.
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