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New GAA's now available for Moirs and Pukemore

New General Aviation Areas are now availbale for Moirs (opens airspace around launch and over the back from 3,500ft to 4,500ft) and Pukemore (opens airspace around launch and over the back from 2,500ft to 4,500ft).

Refer attached pdf files for more details. These GAA's are active when approved by ATC.

Phone number to open airspace is 033581694. Contact at least 1 hour prior to when you want it opened.

Please liase with other pilots so only one person calls to open.

Leslie's picture

Auckland Airspace Review 2014

Following last nights Auckland Airspace review meeting, all looks good for our Moirs Hill GAA ‘active by request’.

This was our proposal for a new GAA to increase the allowable height above Moirs from 3500ft to 4500ft.

There was firm opposition from airways and commercial operators for ‘active by notification’.

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New Airspace Project Website

The Airspace project now has a new home - a website of it's own and and a lot of new functionality. You can now browse the airspace online, filter out items that you don't need, and download in the format you require.
You can find it at nzairspace.appspot.com
The site will work on most modern browsers and even smart phones. It is not really designed for use in flight, but you can use it to refresh your memory on takeoff.

Wayne's picture

New airspace files available - please update!

I have updated the airspace files with the CAA changes as of 22 Nov 2010. Please update your GPSs.

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New airspace files available - please update!

The CAA has made several changes to NZ airspace. Some of these directly affect the flying sites that we use.

Wayne's picture

New airspace files available - please update!

The CAA has made several changes to NZ airspace. Some of these directly affect the flying sites that we use.

The airspace files published on this site have been updated to reflect the changes, so if you have previously downloaded the files (before 21st Nov), then you need to grab a new copy and install it in your GPS.

You can find the files on the Downloads page.

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Google Earth airspace now available

A Google Earth format file (kmz) is now available on the download page. This file can be used to view airspaces in 3D using Google Earth. You can fly through the airspace you intend to use to familiarise yourself with it before you fly. If you have GPS track logs you can load them into Google Earth at the same time and check to see if you have made any airspace infringements.

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