The Wanganui Airport, or Whanganui Airport as it is commonly spelled today, is located south of the Whanganui River, about two and a half miles from the Wanganui city center. The airport began operating commercial flights in 1954 and has just a single terminal with two gates. As a small facility, there are only a few international suppliers who rent cars from the airport terminal. The good news is you can collect your bags and pick-up the keys to your rental car in the same terminal.
As a small airport, the services and amenities are fairly limited in the Wanganui Airport. Travelers looking for a quick bite to eat will be satisfied with their options at the airports South Beach Cafe. With a range of sandwiches, salads, soups, and beverages, there is something for everyone. Ask about the cafe's famous breakfast sure to fill-up the hungry traveler. Landing and car parking fees can be paid at the cafe too.
Along with rental cars in New Zealand, Auto Europe is happy to pass along savings on hotel rooms in New Zealand and in close proximity to the Wanganui Airport. One of our featured hotels in Wanganui is the Quality Inn Collegiate on Liverpool Street. The hotel is a short eight minute drive from the airport located less than four miles away from the pick-up lot. Book today or call an Auto Europe reservation agent at 1-888-223-5555 to save on your travel plans today!
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Wanganui Airport, Whanganui, 4501
IATA Code: WAG
ICAO Code: NZWU
General Information: Whanganui Airport is the airport that serves Whanganui, New Zealand. It is located to the south of Whanganui River, approximately 4km from the centre of Whanganui. The airport was opened in 1954, and services to the airport began in November that year.