Over a total of 15 airports, there are 2 main airports in Noumea :
Tontouta international airport:
Tontouta welcomes international flights from Australia (6 weekly flights from Sydney, 3 from Brisbane and 2 from Melbourne), New Zealand (5 weekly flights from Auckland), Japan (6 weekly flights to Tokyo and 2 to Osaka), Vanuatu (8 flights per week to Vanuatu) and 3 flights from Fiji.
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Magenta domestic airport:
Magenta airport is located in Noumea’s city and does receive flights from Isle of Pine, the loyalty islands (Maré, Lifou and Ouvéa) as well New Caledonia’s mainland (Koné and Touho).
Both Airports are managed by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) and you can find information on airports in Noumea on the CCI website , including time of departure and arrival.
A bit of history:
Tontouta airport was named after the river located a few kilometres away from the Airport and that also named the village next to the Airport. The Airport of Tontouta has been the most important platform from the beginning of aviation in New Caledonia. The first flight from France, aboard the Couzinet 33 Biarritz landed in Tontouta, in 1932.