The Queenstown Airport serves the city of Queenstown and is also a gateway to southern New Zealand. The Queenstown Airport is growing rapidly and is with 1.5 million passengers a year the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand.
The airport has all the important facilities including a dozen shops (incl. books, pharmacy and watches), free WiFi, lounges, baggage storage and ATM.
In a 2015 survey Queenstown Airport received the most votes for the world's most scenic approach.
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Which airlines fly to Queenstown Airport?
Where is Queenstown Airport located?
The Queenstown International Airport is located about 6 km east of the city center.
How to get from the airport to Queenstown city centre by public transport?
Queenstown Airport is one of the few airports in New Zealand which has a public bus stop. Several bus companies offer services here. Connectabus connects the airport to Queenstown, departing every 15 minutes ($ 12 per adult) or to Wanaka twice daily ($ 35). Alpine Connections also has services (4x daily) to Wanaka.
How much does a taxi cost from the airport to Queenstown city centre?
Super Shuttle offers a shared door-to-door shuttle service using mini-coach for a maximum of 11 people (around $8 if there are enough people). A taxi into town would cost about $ 20 to 25.
All prices quoted here were found in July 2017
What are popular destinations from Queenstown Airport?
Queenstown Airport is not a large airport so there are not many flights departing here. There are only a few destinations that you can reach from Queenstown Airport, most of these are operated by Air New Zealand. Many people take a flight to Sydney and transfer to another flight there.
- 1. Sydney: Sydney Airport (SYD)
- 2. Christchurch: Christchurch International Airport (CHC)
- 3. Auckland: Auckland Airport (AKL)
- 4. Melbourne: Melbourne Airport (MEL)