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NZAP – Taupo Aerodrome.



Taupo is a small aerodrome that has a very active parachute drop zone. It's close to the eastern side of Lake Taupo.

Airport Code:NZAP
Elevation:1335 Feet (AMSL)






NZRO – Rotorua Aerodrome

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NZGT – Glentanner Aerodrome.

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NZCX – Coromandel Aerodrome.

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NZWN – Wellington Aerodrome.

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NZAR – Ardmore Aerodrome.

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NZPI – Parakai Aerodrome.

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