“The Gateway to Fiordland National Park” Fiordland National Park is the largest of New Zealand’s 14 National Parks with an area of approximately 12500 sqkm and is a major part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site.
A glaciated carved wilderness with many peaks above 2000 metres. Fiordland’s coast is steep and crenulated with fiords running from the mighty Southern Alps to the Tasman Sea. Te Anau Airport Manapouri is your gateway to this magnificent vista, from a small 4 seat Cessna aircraft to a large 118 seat Whisper Jet, touch down for a wonderful journey that will last in your memory forever, Welcome Aboard!
Terminal open from 9am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday
If you require access to the terminal building outside of these times, please contact Lee on 027 477 1280 or Evan on 027 220 2160
Model aircraft flying some weekends from Terminal/Apron area up to 400ft agl, activated via NOTAM – designated area to follow.
3rd December 2013
High Country Helicopters are back.
19th & 20th November 2013
Air BP fuel tank installation
1st November 2013
The Helicopter Line – Fiordland, first to use the newly installed Air BP fuel.
31st October 2013 – New Arrival at Airport
De Havilland DH 89B Dominie – Flown by Adam Butcher
16 October 2013 – Sunrise at Te Anau Airport Manapouri
Convair – Air Chathams (Thanks Dan for supplying the photo)