There are many airports in New Zealand. Here is a list of all airports in New Zealand. The lesser-known ones are used mainly for domestic flights.

List of airports

  • Auckland AKL
  • Blenheim BHE
  • Chatham IslandsCHT
  • ChristchurchCHC
  • DunedinDUD
  • GisborneGIS
  • Great Barrier IslandGBZ
  • HamiltonHLZ
  • HokitikaHKK
  • InvercargillIVC -KaikouraKBZ
  • KaitaiaKAT
  • KerikeriKKE
  • MastertonMRO
  • Mount CookMON
  • Hapier/HastingsNPE
  • NelsonNSN
  • New PlymouthNPL
  • Nort ShoreNZN
  • OamaruOAM
  • Palmerston NorthPMR
  • Paraparaumu PPQ
  • PictonPCN
  • QueenstownZQN
  • RotoruaROT
  • Stewart Islnad SZS
  • TakakaKTF
  • TaupoTUO
  • TaurangaTRG
  • ThamesTMZ
  • TimaruTIU
  • WanakaWKA
  • WallingtonWLG
  • Westport WSZ
  • WhakataneWHK
  • WhanganuiWRE
  • WhitiangaWTZ

List of airports in Auckland

In Auckland, we find an international airport, Auckland Airport, which serves as the gateway to the world in New Zealand. It is a combination of international and domestic flights and is home to Air New Zealand and Jetstar. We can get to Auckland from Europe in 25-30 hours.


We can get to the center from the airport by regular buses: “Skybus” runs every 10 minutes directly to the center of Auckland. The journey takes less than an hour and you can buy tickets at the kiosk locator, which is marked SKYBUS or directly from the driver (it can be more expensive and payment only in cash)

Line 380 will take you to the nearby village of Papatoetoe, with connections across the Auckland agolmer. You can get a ticket for 5.50 NZD in the vending machine at the stop or also from the driver.

Airport Services

Wi-fi is free for 30 minutes.

Free public showers are available at the airport.

Luggage storage can be used at the departure and arrival international terminals.

In conversion, the depository costs 13-16 NZD.

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