|Commenced operations||2006 as Sunair|
|Company slogan||"The big little airline"|
|Headquarters||Tauranga, New Zealand|
|Key people||Daniel Power (CEO)|
Sunair is an airline based in New Zealand.
It operates scheduled services in the North Island. Headquartered in Tauranga, the airline flies to Hamilton, Rotorua, Gisborne, Ardmore, Whangarei, Whitianga and Great Barrier Island. It also has charter and pilot training operations. Sunair has fifteen aircraft.
Sunair initially started as a commuter operator to Motiti Island in the Bay of Plenty with one aircraft. The airline has flown for over 30 years and has a safe accident free record. It operates approximately 4000 flights per year with a staff of 28.
|Great Barrier Island||Great Barrier Aerodrome|
|Hamilton||Hamilton Airport||Focus city|
|Motiti Island||Motiti Island Aerodrome||Served on demand|
|New Plymouth||New Plymouth Airport||Terminated|
|Palmerston North||Palmerston North Airport||Terminated|
|Rotorua||Rotorua Regional Airport|
-  (PDF)
- "New Zealand Civil Aircraft Register". caa.govt.nz. Retrieved 17 April 2016.
- "A Little History About Sunair". sunair.co.nz.
- "Sunair scheduled flights". sunair.co.nz. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
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