Fox Glacier Aerodrome

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Fox Glacier Aerodrome
IATA: FGLICAO: NZFH
Summary
Location Fox Glacier
Coordinates 43°27′43″S 170°1′9″E / 43.46194°S 170.01917°E / -43.46194; 170.01917

Fox Glacier Aerodrome (IATA: FGLICAO: NZFH) is a small landing strip serving tourist sightseeing and skydiving flights over the Fox Glacier and Southern Alps areas of New Zealand.

The airstrip was the location of an accident in September 2010 where nine people were killed when a parachuting flight crashed shortly after take-off.[1]

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  1. ^ "Report 10-009: Walter Fletcher FU24, ZK-EUF, loss of control on take-off and impact with terrain, Fox Glacier aerodrome, South Westland, 4 September 2010". Occurrence Report. TAIC. Retrieved 24 January 2014.