|IATA: DGR – ICAO: NZDA|
|Operator||Northern Wairoa Aero Club (Inc)|
|Elevation AMSL||635 ft / 194 m|
The airfield has an active aero club which provides training in advanced microlight and a Cessna 172 Skyhawk aircraft, and has a regular 'fly-in' lunch once a week that attracts aviators from New Zealand's North island.
It is a base for topdressing aircraft working the surrounding area, and has Avgas available with a "Z" swipecard.
Dargaville airfield is at sea level at the northern end of the large Kaipara harbour, forming a pair with the similar sea level West Auckland Airport, at Parakai at the southern end of the harbour some 50 miles away.
Contact Info Phone (09) 439-8024 or 0274 784 308 Website http://dargavilleac.weebly.com/
- Airfield Elevation: 6ft AMSL
- Runway 04/22 - 1000 x 12 meters rolled limestone
- Runway 04/22 - 931 x 11 metres grass
- Runway Strength - 02/20: ESWL 2500
- No runway lighting available
- Runways 04 – Right Hand
- Runways 22 – Left Hand
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