Gore Aerodrome

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Gore Aerodrome
Airport type Public
Operator Gore District Council
Location Gore, New Zealand
Elevation AMSL 198 ft / 60 m
Coordinates 46°09′24″S 168°53′54″E / 46.15667°S 168.89833°E / -46.15667; 168.89833Coordinates: 46°09′24″S 168°53′54″E / 46.15667°S 168.89833°E / -46.15667; 168.89833
Direction Length Surface
ft m
01/19 4,206 1,282 Grass topped compacted clay/soil
06/24 2,031 619 Grass
12/30 1,765 538 Grass

Gore Airport (IATA: N/AICAO: NZGC), also known as Charlton Aerodrome, is an aerodrome between Gore and Mataura in New Zealand. It is 3.5 miles South West of Gore on SH1.

Operational Information[edit]

  • Circuits left hand all runways.
  • BP avgas 100 swipecard. Jet A1 available on request.
  • No landing fees.


The aerodrome is home to Phoenix Aviation whose main business is aerial crop dressing.