Wellington International Airport (IATA code WLG) is the main airport that serves the capital city of New Zealand, Wellington. The airport is situated in Rongotai suburb some 8 km from the center of Wellington city in southeastern direction and is the secondary hub for Air New Zealand. It is also the third busiest airport in the country in terms of passengers, as it handles more that 5 million travellers and covers many regional and international destinations. Wellington International Airport operates a single runway that is capable of handling aircrafts such as Airbus 330-200 and Boeing 767-300. It works with one terminal and three piers. The building of the terminal is new and original and has opened at the end of year 2010. The available onside facilities include a conference center, special facilities for the disabled passengers, bank office, ATM machines, post office, car parking zone for short and longer stay and offices of many car rental companies. Further are available several restaurants and cafes, many shops and a duty-free zone, nursery room and first aid services. The access to the Wellington International Airport is done by road using the Airport Flyer express bus on every 15 minutes, many shuttle buses and taxi services. 



Latitude 41
Longitude 174
Full name Wellington
Alternative names
Address Stewart Duff Drive, Rongotai, Wellington, New Zealand
Phone (04) 385 5100
Website http://www.wellington-airport.co.nz
Owner Infratil, Wellington City Council