Tauantua International Airport

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Tauantua International Airport
Basic information
Country Tavauru flag.png Tavauru
City Tauantua, serving Faiai'ita
Began operation 1964
WAAT TVU
ANACA GTTT
Time zone +1
Elevation AMSL 74 ft
Statistics
Passengers 10,501,093
Aircraft operations 124,218
Runways
Direction Length
07/25 11,679 ft
11/29 12,501 ft
Helipads
Number Length
Transport
Highways T1, T3
Metro lines T-Link Line 1
Communication

Tauantua International Airport (WAAT: TVU, ANACA: GTTT) is an airport in Tauantua, Northeast Tavauru County, Tavauru, located roughly 14 km northeast of Faiai'ita, and 6 km northwest of Tui Mau. It is the busiest airport in the country, handling over 10.5 million passengers in 2019, and the sole international gateway for the nation. The airport opened in 1964 and serves as the base for Asperic Airways and Air Tavauru

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air Tavauru Au Vau, Havaima, Lakana, Maunutura, Zaralla
Asperic Airways Au Vau, Gobras City, Grand Lake, Kenrich, Khaiwoon, Laguna, Lakana, Leluwa, Marapura,

Maunatura, Nugaua, Ohimeno, Ontaro, Ormeo, Obaku, Sainðaul, Verbruggen, Winburgh, Zaralla Seasonal: Lenox, Lynchester, Margenson, Warohan

Izaland Airlines Sainðaul