Te Kowhai Aerodrome

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Te Kowhai Aerodrome
Summary
Airport type Privately owned, Public use
Operator NZTE Operations Ltd.
Location Te Kowhai, Hamilton, New Zealand
Elevation AMSL 110 ft / 33 m
Coordinates 37°44′42″S 175°09′31″E / 37.74500°S 175.15861°E / -37.74500; 175.15861
Map
NZTE is located in North Island
NZTE
NZTE
Location of aerodrome in Waikato
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
05/23 3,225 983 Grass

Te Kowhai Aerodrome (ICAO: NZTE) is a privately owned airfield located near the township of Te Kowhai in the Waikato region of New Zealand. It was the home of the microlight aircraft manufacturer Micro Aviation NZ until the death of the company's founder, Max Clear, in 2011.

The airfield was sold by the Clear family in August 2016 to an operating and development company called TK Airfield Land Ltd. [1]

References

  1. ^ "Te Kowhai airfield sold for $3 million". Stuff.

Sources

  • New Zealand AIP 4 AD
  • New Zealand AIP (PDF)
  • NZTE Operations Ltd. Website
  • AIP Supplement 8-Dec-2016


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