|WORLD AREA CODE||851|
|IATA METROPOLITAN CODE||WLG|
LAT / LON -41°-19'-37"S / 174°48'17"E
Station ID: NZWN
Observation Time: 19/04/2021 7:24 pm
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About Wellington International Airport Code
Wellington International Airport code is WLG. This IATA code has been derived from New Zealand’s capital city Wellington where Wellington Airport (WLG) is located. This facility is nestled at an elevation of 42 meters above sea level and is home to Air New Zealand.
About Wellington International Airport (WLG)
In 2017, Wellington International Airport (WLG) served more than 6 million passengers establishing itself as the third busiest airport in New Zealand. This facility is equipped with a single ILS runway that allows movements of turboprop, narrow-body, and wide-body jet aircraft.
Wellington International Airport (WLG) Terminal
Located at the east of the airport, Wellington International Airport (WLG) terminal operates with three piers: South, South-West, and North-West. Spread across an area of 348,000 sq ft, the South Pier serves turboprop aircraft while the South-West Pier is primarily used by Air New Zealand jets and jetbridges. The North-West Pier is used by all international flights.
Qantas and Virgin Australia have their lounges operating at the facility. The Regional Lounge, Domestic Lounge, and the International Lounge are the main attractions of the terminal.
Nearest Airports to Wellington International Airport (WLG)
Christchurch International Airport : 309 km
Rotorua International Airport : 459 km
Kapiti Coast Airport : 55 km
Nelson Airport : 129 km
Wanganui Airport : 193 km
Major Airlines Operating from Wellington International Airport (WLG)
Air New Zealand
Golden Bay Air
|16-34||6,352 ft||148 ft||Asphalt||Yes|