Kaikōura Airport

Situated at Peketa, approximately 8km south of Kaikōura township, the airport is a simple but modern facility.

Landing Fees


Fee/Charge Price per landing (inc GST)
Up to 800kg gross take-off weight $7.00
800-1500kg $10.00
1500-2000kg $14.00
2000-3000kg $20.00
3000-4000kg $30.00
4000-5000kg $40.00
Aerial spray contractors $7.00 per tonne

Airport users:


Air Kaikōura is the longest running whale flight operator in Kaikōura. They offer whale experiences, scenic flights and charter flights. They also offerpilot-a-plane, where you can learn the basics of flying while enjoying stunning views of the spectacular Kaikōura mountain range and coastline from the air. 

Pilot training is available with a full-time instructor to oversee flight training. 

You can contact them here. 


 

South Pacific Helicopters offers whale watching, scenic experiences and private and commercial charters by helicopter all year round. 

Experience a unique perspective whale watching by slowly orbiting above the whale, see the whale in its entirety from 'tip to tail'.  Take in some of NZ's most beautiful coastal shores, alpine landings (snow landings in season), or experience the geological and environmental changes to Kaikōura coastal areas, raised seabeds, mountain ranges, rivers and infrastructure. \

South Pacific Helicopters offer a variety of commercial cost effective precision lifting including cargo lifting (water tanks, stock feed, building materials), sling training services, filming, photography, conservation and environmental research services.

 

You can contact them here.


 

Wings over Whales have been conducting whale watching scenic flights since November 1991. Wings Over Whales are committed to providing a world class visitor experience that minimises their impact on the environment, encourages environmental awareness about marine mammal behaviour and provides information about the uniqueness of Kaikōura's coastal setting. 

Today they offer whale watching flights, scenic air tours and private charters. 

You can contact them here.


 


13 September 2018