If you wish to visit Invercargill Regional Airport of the year or use Invercargill as a base for your aircraft and travel on to some of the other fantastic areas of the south, Invercargill Airport has you covered.
At Invercargill Airport, we have a brand-new terminal with state of the art facilities, officially opened by the Prime Minister in early 2016. During our normal operating hours, we have welcoming, friendly staff throughout the Airport who are available and very happy to assist you during your visit.
Invercargill Airport has one sealed runway and two grass runways which can operate for 24 hours a day. We are fully compliant with the international Civil Aviation Authority regulations as required by the New Zealand Civil Aviation Act 1990.
Southland’s daylight hours are a blessing for aviators in the summer as daylight begins as early as 5am and extends as late as 10.30pm, which translates to an incredible 16 hours flying time.
Aircraft parking at the Invercargill Airport is not an issue as we have stands 3 stands available for large aircraft and can use GA areas for smaller aircraft. If required, we can arrange out of normal hours’ Fire Service and Air Traffic Control service by prior arrangement.
We have the ability to process small private international passenger flights of up to 14 passenger and crew. Customs inspection and quarantine areas can be made available by prior arrangement.
If you wish to travel on through to Queenstown there are transport options available on site including Helicopter and professional car services.
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We look forward to seeing you soon.
Nigel Finnerty – General Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
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