Invercargill Airport New Zealand
Invercargill Airport is the Commonwealth and New Zealand’s most southernmost controlled airport.
– 2210m asphalt runway, able to handle up to weight restricted 777 and 787 type sized aircraft.
– Serviced nationally by Air New Zealand and Stewart Island Flights to Oban.
– Close to the internationally famous tourist attractions of Queenstown, Fiordland, Stewart Island and The Catlin’s.
– Airport based firefighters using Styx Mill 111X Structural Fire Suits
Invercargill Airport is situated on the south coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Located 3km from Invercargill city, the airport provides regional connectivity to New Zealand and Stewart Island, while also acting as a alternate bad weather diversion for Queenstown during the winter ski season. Direct flights to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch give national access to the Southland region and the airport is certified to accommodate small private international passenger flights, including customs inspection and quarantine areas.