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Airport Name: Rotorua Regional Airport Airport Address: 837 Te Ngae Road, Rotorua, New Zealand 3074 Main Airlines:
Rotorua Regional Airport is an airport in Rotorua, New Zealand. It is located on Te Ngae Road (SH30) in the suburb of Rotokawa, approximately 6 km north east of Rotorua CBD. The terminal consists of a two-storey building with six tarmac gates and is home to a cafe, book store and conference room. There are general aviation hangars located to both the north and the south of the main terminal, as well as an avgas pump at the southern end of the apron. The airport's main runway (18R/36L) is 2114m long and is sealed with asphalt. There is also a shorter grass runway (18L/36R) which runs parallel to the main runway, although the proximity of the two runways means that they can't be used simultaneously.
Currently, the airport is served by Air New Zealand's regional subsidiaries with flights to Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown and Christchurch and commuter airline Sunair with flights to Gisborne and the North Shore. A number of charter and scenic airlines also operate from the airport on a regular basis. In the past, the airport has been served by a number of airlines on domestic routes including Ansett New Zealand, Origin Pacific Airways and Qantas. Qantas services were withdrawn in 2009 when Jetstar took over domestic flying from its parent. The airport received international services for the first time in December 2011 when Air New Zealand began flights from Sydney, although this service ended in April 2015. * Source: Wikipedia
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