Enua Airport

Enua Airport
Summary
LocationAtiu, Cook Islands
Opened1978 (1978)
Time zoneCKT (-10:00)
Coordinates19°58′04″S 158°07′12″W / 19.96778°S 158.12000°W / -19.96778; -158.12000Coordinates: 19°58′04″S 158°07′12″W / 19.96778°S 158.12000°W / -19.96778; -158.12000
WebsiteCook Islands Airports
Map
Enua Airport is located in Cook Islands
Enua Airport
Enua Airport
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
1 3,947 1,203 Coral

Enua Airport (IATA: AIU, ICAO: NCAT) is an airport in Atiu in the Cook Islands. It is the second airport built on the island. An original grass airstrip near Areora was opened in 1977.[1][2] The present airport, with a compacted coral runway, was opened in 1983.[1]

Airlines and destinations

AirlinesDestinations
Air Rarotonga Aitutaki, Rarotonga[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Other Airports of the Cook Islands". Cook Islands Airports. Retrieved 3 December 2021.
  2. ^ "Down to earth on an airstrip". Pacific Islands Monthly. Vol. 48, no. 5. 1 May 1977. p. 83-85. Retrieved 3 December 2021 – via National Library of Australia.
  3. ^ "Air Rarotonga". flightbookings.airraro.com.

External links

  • Atiu Tourism and Airport


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