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NZAR – Ardmore Aerodrome.



Ardmore is New Zealand's busiest aerodrome. Be alert for all traffic as there are lots of students around . Afternoons and weekends are particularly busy.

Airport Code:NZAR
Elevation:111 Feet (AMSL)
Location:37°01'47"S   174°58'24"E

Airport News.

Spitfire crashes at Ardmore Aerodrome. Spitfire crashes at Ardmore Aerodrome.

The pilot walked away unhurt from his WWII Spitfire when it crashed just before noon today at Ardmore Airport in Papakura. The crashed Spirfire is one of the two working in New Zealand.

Pilot Expo, Ardmore 2010. Pilot Expo, Ardmore 2010.

PilotExpo 2010, to be held for two days from March 12 at Ardmore Aerodrome in Auckland, offers established and aspiring pilots, aircraft owners and operators the time and space to chat with businesses and organisations which supply the country’s general aviation products and services.






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