Wanganui Airport

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Wanganui Airport
IATA: WAGICAO: NZWU
WAG is located in North Island
WAG
WAG
Location of airport in North Island
Summary
Location Wanganui, New Zealand
Elevation AMSL 27 ft / 8 m
Coordinates 39°57′44″S 175°01′31″E / 39.96222°S 175.02528°E / -39.96222; 175.02528
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
08/26 2,877 877 Grass
11C/29C 4,521 1,378 Asphalt
11R/29L 2,756 840 Grass
11L/29R 1,654 504 Grass
14/32 2,959 902 Grass
Source: World Aero Data [1]

Wanganui Airport is the airport which serves Wanganui, New Zealand (IATA: WAGICAO: NZWU). It is located to the south of Whanganui River, approximately 4km from the centre of Wanganui. The airport was opened in 1954, and services to the airport began in November that year.[1] In September 2013, Air New Zealand announced that it would withdraw services from Wanganui to Wellington and Taupo in December 2013. The airport has a single terminal with just two gates.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Air New Zealand Link operated by Eagle Airways Auckland
Sounds Air Wellington[2]

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