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NZWN – Wellington Aerodrome.



Wellington airport is located between to hills. Weather is always a problem in the area as it changes quick and quite often.

Airport Code:NZWN
Elevation:42 Feet (AMSL)
Location:41°19'38"S   174°48'19"E

Airport News.

Wellington Airport wishes CEO well in next step.

Steven Fitzgerald, Wellington Airport’s Chief Executive Officer, is moving to a full-time position with HRL Morrison & Co, where he will be responsible for Airport investment.

Air NZ 777-300 visits Wellington Airport. Air NZ 777-300 visits Wellington Airport.

The largest new addition to Air New Zealand’s fleet made a flying visit to the Capital on Wednesday when the airline gave the Wellingtonians a preview of their new 777-300.

Wellington Airport is Ready to Rock. Wellington Airport is Ready to Rock.

The Rock, Wellington Airport’s bold new terminal development has arrived and today hosted its first group of high fliers during its official opening function.






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