Wellington Airport (WLG)

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Wellington International Airport (IATA: WLG, ICAO: NZWN), previously known as Rongotai Airport, is an international airport serving the city of Wellington. It is located in the suburb of Rongotai at 5 kilometers southeast of downtown. It serves as a hub for Air New Zealand carrier and its subsidiaries.

 

 

Wellington Airport is the third busiest airport in New Zealand after Auckland and Christchurch airports.

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Top 10 international passengers flying to Wellington Airport are from Australia, United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Singapore, France, China, Canada, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Wellington Airport handled over 5,457,279 passengers on 2015.  

Terminal Information

Wellington Airport has a single passenger terminal distributed into 3 levels and into three piers in the second level. See the level distribution:

 

 

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Facilities and Services

Wellington Airport offers the following services to passengers:


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Transport

The following means of transport are available at Wellington Airport to get to the city centre:

 

Bus: By riding Metlink bus routes 91 and 11 or by shuttle bus.

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Taxi: Get to Wellington downtown within 15 minutes.

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Car rental: Hire a car through our search engine or in the ground level of the terminal building.

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Contact information:

Find above several contact information regarding Wellington Airport:

 

Address: 
Rongatai, North Island,
NEW ZEALAND

 

Phone:+64 4 385 5100

About Wellington

Wellington is the second largest city and the capital of New Zealand. The city features for being not only the main cultural, economic and administrative centre of the southern region of the North Island; it is also the windiest and the southernmost city in the world.

As popular sites to visit, you shouldn’t miss the Museum of Wellington City and Sea, the National Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa), Zealandia, Wellington Zoo, the Wellington Cable Car, Cuba Street and don’t forget to take a walk around the Wellington’s waterfront, since it is one of the most beautiful sites of the city.

On the other hand, if you consider yourself a foodie, you would be pleased to know that Wellington is famous for having more bars and restaurants per capita than New York – That means a strong café culture. You can enjoy of either Asian, European and Polynesian cuisine, sounds good don’t you?

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