Coromandel Aerodrome facts for kids
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|Operator||Coromandel Flying Club|
|Location||Coromandel, New Zealand|
|Elevation AMSL||13 ft / 4 m|
|Coordinates||36°47′30″S 175°30′31″E / 36.79167°S 175.50861°E|
Coromandel Aerodrome (IATA: CMV, ICAO: NZCX) is a small aerodrome located 2 Nautical Miles (3.7 km) south of Coromandel Township on the Coromandel Peninsula of the North Island of New Zealand.
- Runway Strength: ESWL 1270
The aerodrome is operated by the Coromandel Flying Club, and has a 'one way' strip, with landing always on 12 and take-off on 30, except for approved local pilots under unusual weather conditions. The surface is grass and generally usable even in wet weather.
The Airport has also been modelled for Microsoft Flight Simulator X.
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