The distance from Wellington Intl to Whakatane is 260.59 miles or 419.29 Kilometres.
Flight Time Approximations: How long would it take to fly from Wellington Intl to Whakatane? If you were in a Boeing 747 and maintained an average cruising speed of 450 mph (724.1 kmh) through the duration of the flightit would take you around 1.1 hours to get from Wellington Intl to Whakatane. Flying estimates include a 15 min buffer for take off and landing.
Airport Name: Wellington Intl City: Wellington Country:New Zealand Location: Latitude -41.327221 Longitude 174.805278 Elevation 41ft 3 letter Code WLG
. Timezone is GMT 12
The following airlines are reported to fly out from Wellington, New Zealand:Air Chathams, Air New Zealand, Asiana Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Pacific Blue, Qantas, Shanghai Airlines, South African Airways,
Airport Name: Whakatane City: Whakatane Country:New Zealand Location: Latitude -37.920556 Longitude 176.914167 Elevation 20ft 3 Letter Code WHK
Timezone is GMT 12
The following airlines are reported to fly out from Whakatane, Whakatane, New Zealand:Air New Zealand,
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