IFATC at Home - New Zealand (Aotearoa)

  Kia Ora mates! Welcome to Aotearoa!
IFATC at Home has provided an opportunity for controllers around the world to open their home airports so the community gets an opportunity to fly into some beautiful and challenging airports around the world. The IFATC team representing New Zealand consists of:
  1. @NiharG
  2. @MJhendo
We will be focusing on 3 aiports and switching between them with attention to traffic and maybe some requests ;)
Auckland (NZAA)

Auckland Airport is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand with over 21 million passengers handled in 2019. The airport has a domestic and an international terminal. The airport has 65 gates in total, 23 with Jetbridges and 42 remote stands for aircraft parking.
For a detailed parking chart : Welcome to AIP New Zealand | AIP New Zealand

Tauranga airport NZTG

Tauranga Airport is an airport serving the city of Tauranga, New Zealand. It is located adjacent to Tauranga Harbour in the suburb of Mount Maunganui, approximately 3 km northeast of Tauranga CBD. The terminal is located to the north of the runway, on Jean Batten Drive, and consists of a two-storey building with four tarmac gates.
For a detailed parking chart: Welcome to AIP New Zealand | AIP New Zealand

Queenstown Airport (NZQN)

*Queenstown Airport has to be the most scenic airport with a beautiful and challenging approach. Queenstown Airport is located in Frankton, Otago, New Zealand, and serves the resort town of Queenstown. The airport is 8 km from the Queenstown CBD. The airport handled 2.25 million passengers as of 2018 making it the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand by passenger traffic. Queenstown Airport has a single terminal which handles both international and domestic flights.
The airport doesn’t have airbridges and hence passengers need to walk to the terminal or to the aircraft.
For a detailed parking chart: Welcome to AIP New Zealand | AIP New Zealand

Queenstown airport is close to @MJhendo heart and being the expert he is, he’ll be manning the radar there. For some extra help and preparation , have a look at this community link.

Special thanks to @Panther for this.

I hope you guys come visit the picturesque scenery of NZ and explore the Country of New Zealand.

Kite koe i te!

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