Great Airfields NZ

Whether you are an International Jet Captain or a private pilot, there's nothing like discovering new flight adventures. Here are great airfields in scenic locations, that are worth the flight.
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Manapouri Te Anau Airport, near Doubtful Sound. Fabulous mountain flying into a stunning airport building with great facilities. We flew a Cessna 172 in there and the landing fee was NZD 17.

Manapouri Te Anau Airport, near Doubtful Sound. Fabulous mountain flying into a stunning airport building with great facilities. We flew a Cessna 172 in there and the landing fee was NZD

Raglan airfield, North Island NZ. We flew fron Admore, approached via the harbour entrance, and landed in the field. A walk through the holiday park, over the estuary, and coffee and lunch in the main street. We flew out over the west coast beaches, turning towards Auckland at the Manukau heads, over the Waitakeres and down Auckland harbour, heading inland at Maraetai and back to Ardmore. A great day's flying.

Raglan airfield, North Island NZ. We flew fron Admore, approached via the harbour entrance, and landed in the field. A walk through the holiday park, over the estuary, and coffee and lunch in the main street. We flew out over the west coast beaches, turning towards Auckland at the Manukau heads, over the Waitakeres and down Auckland harbour, heading inland at Maraetai and back to Ardmore. A great day's flying.

Jetstream 32 on the Mt Cook Airfleld, South Island, New Zealand.

Jetstream 32 on the Mt Cook Airfleld, South Island, New Zealand.

Another shot of Te Anau Manapouri Airport, South Island, New Zealand.

Another shot of Te Anau Manapouri Airport, South Island, New Zealand.

Burke's Flat Airstrip, Haast, South Island, NZ

Burke's Flat Airstrip, Haast, South Island, NZ

Approach to Milford Sound airfield,in the South Island of NZ, courtesy of FlyInn NZ.  That's Mitre peak on the left. How perfect.

Approach to Milford Sound airfield,in the South Island of NZ, courtesy of FlyInn NZ. That's Mitre peak on the left.


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