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Wanaka Airport

A Wanaka Airport
City: Wanaka
Country: New Zealand Flag of New Zealand
IATA Code: WKA
ICAO Code: NZWF
Coordinates: Latitude: 44°43′19″S, Longitude: 169°14′45″E
Runways: Direction: 11/29, Length: 3937 x 98 ft, Elevation: 1142 ft
Wikipedia link:Wanaka Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Wanaka Airport is located approximately 100,5 miles (161,7 km) northwest of Dunedin and about 101,5 miles (163,3 km) west of Timaru.

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Distances

Distances in New Zealand
Wanaka to Auckland distance (WKA–AKL)
Wanaka to Blenheim distance (WKA–BHE)
Wanaka to Chatham Island distance (WKA–CHT)
Wanaka to Christchurch distance (WKA–CHC)
Wanaka to Dunedin distance (WKA–DUD)
Wanaka to Gisborne distance (WKA–GIS)
Wanaka to Hamilton distance (WKA–HLZ)
Wanaka to Hokitika distance (WKA–HKK)
Wanaka to Invercargill distance (WKA–IVC)
Wanaka to Kaitaia distance (WKA–KAT)
Wanaka to Kerikeri distance (WKA–KKE)
Wanaka to Koromiko distance (WKA–PCN)
Wanaka to Napier distance (WKA–NPE)
Wanaka to Nelson distance (WKA–NSN)
Wanaka to New Plymouth distance (WKA–NPL)
Wanaka to Oamaru distance (WKA–OAM)
Wanaka to Palmerston North distance (WKA–PMR)
Wanaka to Queenstown distance (WKA–ZQN)
Wanaka to Rotorua distance (WKA–ROT)
Wanaka to Taupo distance (WKA–TUO)
Wanaka to Tauranga distance (WKA–TRG)
Wanaka to Timaru distance (WKA–TIU)
Wanaka to Wanganui distance (WKA–WAG)
Wanaka to Wellington distance (WKA–WLG)
Wanaka to Westport distance (WKA–WSZ)
Wanaka to Whakatane distance (WKA–WHK)
Wanaka to Whangarei distance (WKA–WRE)