Aitutaki Airport

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Aitutaki Airport
Aitutaki Airport.JPG
Entrance to Aitutaki Airport. Note the sign "Aitutaki International Airport", although there are no international flights.
Airport type Domestic, public
Serves Aitutaki
Location Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Elevation AMSL 14 ft / 4 m
Coordinates 18°49′51″S 159°45′51″W / 18.83083°S 159.76417°W / -18.83083; -159.76417
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 1,388 4,555 Coral
14/32 1,804 5,920 Asphalt

Aitutaki Airport is an airport on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands (IATA: AITICAO: NCAI). The airport was originally constructed by the United States and New Zealand militaries during World War II. The runway recently underwent a $3.8 million upgrade.[1]

The terminal building at Aitutaki Airport is a roof with no or few windows. There is a small convenience stall where snacks and drinks can be purchased. Resort meet-and-greet stalls are also inside the terminal. This is one of the smallest airports in the Pacific Ocean.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Air Rarotonga Atiu, Manihiki, Penrhyn Island, Pukapuka, Rarotonga


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