|Z14, -55.058 °S, -140.195 °W|
|Whangiora International Airport|
|City||Whangiora Airport, serving Whangiora|
|Regional train lines||Railways in Aorangëa and East Anglesbury|
|Suburban rail lines||S 2 S 3 S 9 S 13|
The airport has three runways. 3L can only be used for starting aircrafts in a northeasterly direction. 3R/21 and 15/33 can be used for starts and landings in either direction.
There are three terminals, old Terminal 1 with concourses A and B, the new Terminal 2 with concourses C, D, E and G and the low-cost Terminal 3 with concourse H. Terminals 1 and 2 are connected to mainline and railway services. Many parts of the airport are freely accessible to the public.
Access to international airside area is open from domestic airside. Visitors from most countries need their access to the international airside area documented. The international airside area can only be left through passport control usually to the domestic airside area but also directly to landside.
Concourse A has a separate area for FSA pre-clearance departures. and also an international arrival-only area. Immigration allows access to domestic airside area in concourse B.
Terminal 2 has a domestic airside area on concourses E & G and an international airside area on concourses C & D. It also has a dedicated area for visitors and planespotters.
Terminal 3 has a domestic airside area but also allows international departures, for which passports are checked at the gates and transferring to those flights requires to go through immigration. Most flights from Terminal 3 use an apron position. International arrivals can only use the apron positions, while passengers are transported to Terminal 1' s immigration facilities by bus.
Airlines and Destinations
|AOAir||Aorangēa||Beaminster, Blueberry Hill (Rainbow's End), Kiranēna, Moolray, Naora International Airport, Redbeard's Island, South West Anglesbury||2|