aviation facilities

Aviation Facilities

Airside services and facilities

The following facilities and services are available to aviation and airline operators at Hawke's Bay Airport.

  • In-flight catering
  • Jet A1 fuel
  • Avgas
  • Aircraft parking
  • Full air traffic control
  • Customs and immigration on request
  • Rescue fire Cat 4 (Cat 6 available on request)
  • 1750 x 45m main runway 16-34 with a cross-runway 07-25

Please contact us for all inquiries or for more detailed information.


Aeronautical Conditions of Use

Hawke's Bay Airport's conditions of use set out the terms and conditions under which you may use the Airport and the Facilities and Services at the Airport. By using the Airport or Facilities and Services you agree to be bound by these conditions of use, as amended from time to time in accordance with clause 1.3.

 Download Hawke's Bay Airport's Aeronautical Conditions of Use Here

  


Aeronautical Charges

Subject to written agreement to the contrary, the following charges apply to the use of facilities and services at Hawke's Bay Airport. 

Landing and Parking ChargesTo review how the revised charges implemented on 1 December 2020 are applied to a selection of aircraft operating from Hawke's Bay Airport please click here.   


Landing Information

Unless agreed otherwise all users of Hawke's Bay Airport are required to provide the following information (as set out in Schedule 3 of the Conditions of Use) within 24 hours following each day in which the airport's facilities and services are used:

  • The number of landings made by each of your aircraft operating at the airport.
  • Details of the registration and MCTOW of each aircraft operating at the airport.

Unless agreed otherwise this information must be supplied electronically via the below link:

File your landing information here

 


Civil Aviation Authority - Launch of New Drone Rules

The Civil Aviation Authority has launched new rules regarding the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. The conditions will mean stricter control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at New Zealand’s aerodromes from 1 August 2015.

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles can not operate:

  • Within 4 km of any aerodrome unless specific conditions are met 
  • In airspace designated special use, or with any airspace restrictions
  • In a way that causes a hazard for people or property 
  • Over runways or any other ‘active’ part of the aerodrome including other aircraft
  • Outside of daylight hours (after sunset and before sunrise) except if indoors or within 100 m of and below the top of a natural or man-made object
  • Above any area where the ground visibility is less than 3 km or if the cloud base is low and can not be operated in line of sight of the operator

This is not a complete list and we strongly recommend that you read the information on the Airshare website