By Alistair Guthrie
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Here's a quick guide to New Zealand's airports.
Auckland Airport is our largest international airport, followed by Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown and Dunedin.
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Auckland International Airport is the country's largest and busiest airport, connecting with a large number of international and domestic destinations.
Christchurch International Airport receives flights from Australia, Singapore and Japan, as well as a large number of domestic locations.
Dunedin Airport has flights to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Brisbane in Australia.
International flights operate between Queenstown Airport, New Zealand and four Australian destinations - Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast.
Rotorua International Airport is perfectly positioned for travellers who want to explore the Central North Island’s fascinating phenomena.
International flights operate to and from Wellington Airport from four Australian destinations - Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne - as well as Fiji.
Domestic airports make every part of the country accessible. Airport facilities vary according to the size of the local population. Find out more about domestic flights.
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