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    Mr007
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    Christchurch International Airport

    Post  Mr007 on Sun 27 Feb 2011, 1:28 pm

    Christchurch International Airport
    An Air New Zealand Boeing 777 at Wellington airport carrying quake evacuees

    Christchurch International Airport is located 12 km (7 mi) northwest of the city centre and was largely unaffected by the earthquake. Flight crews from the U.S. Air National Guard were at the airport, making preparations to return to America, when the quake struck and reported to their Air Wing commander that they were safe and unharmed, and that the airport had water and electricity.[93] Twenty-six members of the New York Air National Guard’s 109th Airlift Wing are currently deployed to the airport, in support of "Operation Deep Freeze" (the U.S. Air Force's military support to U.S. research operations in Antarctica).

    The Christchurch-based national air traffic control organisation, Airways New Zealand, closed New Zealand airspace for a short time while they inspected their facilities.[94] Christchurch International Airport was closed to all but military and emergency traffic.[95] The Royal New Zealand Air Force provided an air bridge between Christchurch and Wellington using a Boeing 757 and two C-130 Hercules, bringing in emergency crews and equipment and evacuating North Island residents and tourists out of Christchurch. Air New Zealand also operated extra flights of Boeing 747 aircraft to/from Auckland and Boeing 737/Airbus A320/Boeing 777 aircraft to/from Wellington to move people and supplies in and out of Christchurch. The airline also offered immediate family members of casualties flights to and from Christchurch for NZ$ 50 one way from any New Zealand, Australian and Pacific Island Airport, and NZ$400 one way from other international destinations.[96]
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