If you are planning to travel to Waitangi or any other city in New Zealand, this airport locator will be a very useful tool. This page gives complete information about the Waitangi Airport along with the airport location map, Time Zone, lattitude and longitude, Current time and date, hotels near the airport etc... Waitangi Airport Map showing the location of this airport in New Zealand. Waitangi Airport IATA Code, ICAO Code, exchange rate etc... is also provided.
Waitangi Airport Info:
|Waitangi Airport IATA Code: WGN||Waitangi Airport ICAO Code:|
|Latitude : -35.1667||Longitude : 173.967|
|City : Waitangi||Country : New Zealand|
|World Area Code : 851||Airport Type : Small|
|Timezone : Pacific/Auckland|
|Waitangi Airport Timezone : GMT +12:00 hours|
|Current time and date at Waitangi Airport is 01:06:34 AM (NZST) on Tuesday, Apr 7, 2020|
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Nearest Airports to Waitangi Airport
Closest airports to Waitangi, New Zealand are listed below. These are major airports close to the city of Waitangi and other airports closest to Waitangi Airport.
Nearest airport to Waitangi Airport and Waitangi is Kerikeri/Bay of Islands Airport - (11.8 Km / 7.33 Miles)
Following are the nearest airports to Waitangi and Waitangi Airport. Distance between the two airports is given in bracket.
- Kaikohe Airport - (34.71 Km / 21.57 Miles)
- Kaitaia Airport - (62.97 Km / 39.13 Miles)
- Whangarei Airport - (75.98 Km / 47.21 Miles)
- Dargaville Airport - (85.75 Km / 53.28 Miles)
- Pakatoa Island Airport - (132.66 Km / 82.43 Miles)
- List of 62 airports in New Zealand along with New Zealand airport codes »
This page provides all the information you need to know about Waitangi Airport, New Zealand. This page is created with the aim of helping travelers and tourists visiting New Zealand or traveling to Waitangi Airport.
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- Waitangi Airport Code - IATA Code (3 letter airport codes) and ICAO Code (4 letter airport codes)
- Coordinates of Waitangi Airport - Latitude and Longitude (Lat and Long) of Waitangi Airport
- Location of Waitangi Airport - City Name, Country, Country Codes etc...
- Waitangi Airport Time Zone and Current time at Waitangi Airport
- Address and contact details of Waitangi Airport along with website address of the airport
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- General information about New Zealand where Waitangi Airport is located in the city of Waitangi. General information include capital of New Zealand, currency and conversion rate of New Zealand currency, Telephone Country code, exchange rate against US Dollar and Euro in case of major world currencies etc...
WGN - Waitangi Airport IATA Code