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Airports in Cook Islands



Address:
Aitutaki Airport
City:
Aitutaki
Country:
Cook Islands
Time Zone:
UTC-10 / CKT

Aitutaki Airport is an airport on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands (IATA: AIT, ICAO: NCAI). The airport was originally constructed by the United States and New Zealand militaries during World War II. The runway recently underwent a $3.8 million upgrade.[1] The ‘terminal’ building at Aitutaki Airport is basically a roof with no or few windows. There […]



Address:
Mangaia Island Airport
City:
Mangaia Island
Country:
Cook Islands
Time Zone:
UTC-10 / CKT

Mangaia (traditionally known as A’ua’u Enua, which means terraced) is the most southerly of the Cook Islands and the second largest, after Rarotonga.



Address:
Mauke Airport
City:
Mauke Island
Country:
Cook Islands
Time Zone:
UTC-10 / CKT

Mauke Airport is an airport on Mauke in the Cook Islands (IATA: MUK, ICAO: NCMK).



Address:
Mitiaro Island Airport
City:
Mitiaro Island
Country:
Cook Islands
Time Zone:
UTC-10 / CKT

Mitiaro, the fourth island in the Cook Islands group, is of volcanic origin. Standing in water 14,750 feet deep (4500 m) it is four miles (6.4 km) across at its widest point.



Address:
Rarotonga International Airport
City:
Avarua
Country:
Cook Islands
Time Zone:
UTC-10 / CKT

Rarotonga International Airport (IATA: RAR, ICAO: NCRG) is the Cook Islands’ main international gateway, located in the town and district of Avarua, Rarotonga, 3km west of the downtown area on the northern coast. The airport first opened in 1975[citation needed] on the site of a former U.S. World War II base. In 2003, the terminal and […]