Distance between Auckland International Airport AKL and Kerikeri Airport KKE, Flight Time/Duration

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Auckland International Airport AKL
Kerikeri Airport KKE
209.53 km
130.2 mi
113.06 NM
1:09 Hr

Flight / Air Distance:
Kilometers: 209.53 km., Miles: 130.2 miles., Nautical Miles: 113.06 NM.

Estimated flight time: 1:09 hours. (With average airplane speed of 567mph and additional time).

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This page displays distance with Airports Distance Map New Zealand and Flight time between Auckland International Airport AKL and Kerikeri Airport KKE.
The distance is displayed in km, miles and NM units. Central locations in the AKL and KKE are used to calculate the distance. Also the estimated airplane flight time is displayed.

Airports Distance Map New Zealand

Below are the charts of distances of Auckland International Airport and Kerikeri Airport from world's some major Airports.
Auckland International Airport Distance To AirportDistance (km)Flight Time (hr)
Christchurch International Airport, Christchurch745.651:33
Wellington International Airport, Wellington480.241:21
Queenstown International Airport, Queenstown1024.812:05
Palmerston North Airport375.211:16
Nelson Airport, Nelson495.861:22
Hamilton International Airport, Hamilton106.711:05
Dunedin Airport, Dunedin1062.622:07
New Plymouth Airport, New Plymouth228.821:10
Hawke's Bay Airport, Napier328.021:14
Woodbourne Airport, Blenheim507.721:22
Kerikeri Airport Distance To AirportDistance (km)Flight Time (hr)
Auckland International Airport, Auckland209.531:09
Below are the charts of distances of Auckland International Airport and Kerikeri Airport from their nearest Airports.
Auckland International Airport Distance To AirportDistance (km)Flight Time (hr)
Hamilton International Airport, Hamilton106.711:05
Whangarei Airport143.051:06
Tauranga Airport, Tauranga144.41:06
Rotorua Regional Airport, Rotorua181.811:08
Kerikeri Airport, Kerikeri209.531:09
Whakatane Airport212.991:09
Taupo Airport, Taupo223.441:10
New Plymouth Airport, New Plymouth228.821:10
Kaitaia Airport, Kaitaia254.541:11
Hawke's Bay Airport, Napier328.021:14
Kerikeri Airport Distance To AirportDistance (km)Flight Time (hr)
Auckland International Airport, Auckland209.531:09
*Please note that all the distance between the airports is calculated as shortest distance on earth surface and not the actual flight travel distance.