Aitutaki Airport

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Aitutaki Airport
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Entrance to Aitutaki Airport. Note the sign "Aitutaki International Airport", although there are no international flights.
Summary
Airport typeDomestic, public
Serves Aitutaki
LocationAitutaki, Cook Islands
Elevation  AMSL 14 ft / 4 m
Coordinates 18°49′51″S159°45′51″W / 18.83083°S 159.76417°W / -18.83083; -159.76417
Website Cook Islands Airports
Runways
Direction LengthSurface
mft
09/271,3884,555 Coral
14/321,8045,920 Asphalt

Aitutaki Airport is the airport for Aitutaki one of the Cook Islands ( IATA : AIT, ICAO : NCAI). The airport was originally constructed by the United States and New Zealand militaries during World War II. The runway was upgraded in 2004. [1]

Contents

The terminal building at Aitutaki Airport is a roof with no or few windows. There is a small convenience stall where snacks and drinks can be purchased. Resort meet-and-greet stalls are also inside the terminal. Air Rarotonga serves Aitutaki with Saab 340A and Embraer Bandeirante aircraft.

Airlines and destinations

AirlinesDestinations
Air Rarotonga Atiu, Rarotonga [2]

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References

  1. "October opening for Aitutaki airport". Archived from the original on 4 September 2004. Retrieved 4 March 2007.
  2. https://www.airraro.com/en/flying-with-us/flight-schedules