Airport Near West Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand

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Airports with scheduled flights sorted by distance.
TypeAirport NameCityIATA CodeConnectivityDistance
Auckland International AirportAucklandAKL26.59 km
Whangarei AirportWRE118.79 km
Hamilton International AirportHamiltonHLZ132.9 km
Tauranga AirportTaurangaTRG169.44 km
Kerikeri AirportKerikeriKKE183.98 km
Rotorua Regional AirportRotoruaROT208.07 km
Kaitaia AirportKaitaiaKAT228.06 km
Whakatane AirportWHK237.62 km
New Plymouth AirportNew PlymouthNPL246.47 km
Taupo AirportTaupoTUO249.84 km
Wanganui AirportWanganuiWAG351.44 km
Hawke's Bay AirportNapierNPE354.53 km

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 Connectivity ratings are based on the airport's flight routes to other airports. The above list contains Regional/Domestic as well as International airports.

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Other airports without scheduled flights sorted by distance.
TypeAirport NameCityIATA CodeConnectivityDistance
RNZAF Base Auckland-Whenuapai3.81 km
Ardmore AirportManurewaAMZ39.91 km
Wairoa AirportWairoaWIR345.53 km
Nearest cities/towns/villages from West Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand.
City/Town/VillageDistance
West Harbour(Auckland)0 km
Massey East(Auckland)1.42 km
Massey(Auckland)2.22 km
Massey West(Auckland)2.4 km
Te Atatu Peninsula(Auckland)2.89 km
Lincoln(Auckland)4.54 km
Te Atatu South(Auckland)4.79 km
Henderson(Auckland)6.67 km
Western Heights(Auckland)6.67 km
McLaren Park(Auckland)7.78 km
Major cities/towns/villages within 100km from West Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand.
City/Town/VillageDistance
Auckland(Auckland)14.93 km
Waiuku(Waikato)49.59 km
Te Kauwhata(Waikato)80.47 km
Ngatea(Waikato)94.39 km
Kerepehi(Waikato)97.87 km
Matatoki(Waikato)99.74 km
Mangatangi(Waikato)68.57 km
Wesley(Auckland)13.9 km
Kopuku(Waikato)71.51 km
Kauaeranga(Waikato)94.71 km

Airports Near West Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand on map

Note:
All and accurate airports data may not be available.
Also the distances are straight line distances (air distances) calculated using latitude and longitude of the airports.