Kia Orana & Welcome to Cook Islands Airports - Rarotonga International, Aitutaki and more brings you information on Rarotonga International and Aitutaki Airports, along with all other domestic airports in the Cook Islands. This site is operated by Air Rarotonga Limited, the Airline of the Cook Islands.

With today’s flight arrivals and departures for Rarotonga International, we bring you up to date travellers information for all our airports including Aitutaki and our neighbouring Islands.

Rarotonga is the capital of the Cook Islands, 15 jewels dotted over 2,500,000 square kilometres of the tropical South Pacific Ocean. Served in the 1950's by TEAL Short Solent flying boats on the famous 'Coral Route', the Cook Islands entered the jet age with the opening of Rarotonga International Airport 2300 metre paved runway in January of 1974.

Capable of handling aircraft up to Boeing 747s, Rarotonga International Airport now welcomes more than 100,000 visitors annually from all over the World.

The Island is served with daily international flights from New Zealand, twice weekly from Tahiti and weekly non-stop flights from Los Angeles and Sydney.

Aitutaki handles on average five domestic flight arrivals from Rarotonga daily showcasing one of the World's favourite islands to our international visitors.

If you are planning a visit to the Cook Islands, this site brings you current information on customs and immigration entry requirements, duty free shopping, dining, airport wifi/internet, baggage storage, transportation and nearby transit hotel accommodation.

Current flight arrival and departure information is displayed.

For the aviation enthusiast, please return to our site often as we are constantly adding historical information and photographs.

For pilots, technical operational information for all Cook Islands airports can be accessed here.