Cook Islands

Region: Southwest Pacific


The Cook Islands is a group of 15 islands located in the South Pacific. Air Rarotonga is the national carrier of the Cook Islands and operates commercial and chartered services from its hub at Rarotonga International Airport – the main international gateway to the Cook Islands. Additionally, there are two other main airports Aitutaki Airport (Araura Airport) and Mitiaro Airport (Nukuroa Airport). Air New Zealand, Air Tahiti and Pacific Blue operate flights from Australia or New Zealand.

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