Christchurch International (CHC) Airport

Christchurch International CHC Airport Overview

Christchurch International Airport CHC is New Zealand's second-largest airport and has recently received from Skytrax a number 2 ranking  for Staff Excellence and number 3 for Best Regional Airport within the Australia/Pacific reagion. It  is also gateway to the Antarctic and to New Zealand's spectacularly beautiful South Island.  Its exceptional passenger care has not gone unnoticed - evidenced by the ever increasing passengers, particularly those from China.

Tourists will find that South Islands has everything to offer for either the adventurous or the quiet nature seekers, offering Jet boating in the Canterbury and Otago rivers, white water rafting, bungy jumping, back-country safary on a 4WD, mountain and coastal biking, helicopter-skiing or cave exploring, as well as hiking, biking, skiing, golfing, swimming - you name it - it has it! (The Tavel & Information Center can be reached at +64 (3) 353-7774.)

CHC Airport is located in the suburb of Harewood, 12 km northwest of the city center of Christchurch, accessible via Highway 1 and situated on the east coast, at Pegasus Bay.

With an estimated yearly passenger count of 6M, and  two runways, Christchurch International is hub to Pacific Blue airline and is served by a number of domestic and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

On-Airport hotels:
The Sudima Hotel has recently completed its upgrade work.
Novotel is building a 200-room, 4.5-star hotel, scheduled to open late 2017.

Christchurch International Airport has a new integrated passenger terminal.




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