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Rarotonga International Airport (RAR)

The Rarotonga is one of 6 airports with scheduled flights on the Cook Islands. However Rarotonga is one of the smaller airports in the country. The next passenger airport by size on the Cook Islands is Aitutaki Airport.

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Facts about Rarotonga International Airport in Avarua

City:Avarua
IATA Code:RAR
ICAO Code:NCRG
Timezone:Cook Island Time (UTC -10)

Size

Airlines:5
Nonstop destinations:9
Runways:1
Longest runway:7,638 ft (2,328.1 m)

Position

Longitude:159.80600 W
Latitude:21.20270 S
Height:19 ft (5.8 m)

Nonstop flights from Rarotonga International Airport

(ordered by country/airport)

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport
SYD, Australia (4991 km)
Air New Zealand (NZ)
Aitutaki Airport
AIT, Cook Islands (264 km)
Air New Zealand (NZ)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Enua Airport
AIU, Cook Islands (223 km)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Mangaia Island Airport
MGS, Cook Islands (211 km)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Mitiaro Island Airport
MOI, Cook Islands (266 km)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Mauke Airport
MUK, Cook Islands (282 km)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Faa'a International Airport
PPT, French Polynesia (1145 km)
Air Rarotonga (GZ)
Air Tahiti (VT)
Auckland International Airport
AKL, New Zealand (3017 km)
Air New Zealand (NZ)
US Airways (US)
Virgin Australia (VA)
Los Angeles International Airport
LAX, United States (7545 km)
Air New Zealand (NZ)
US Airways (US)
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