Gisborne Airport is the regional airport located in the suburb of Elgin 4.2 k, from the city center of Gisborne on the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The best thing about this Gisborne Airport is that it is among the few airports globally that have a railway line, the Palmerston North-Gisborne Line, crossing the main runway. Gisborne Airport has a single terminal with four tarmac gates. It covers the area of around one hundred and sixty hectares and includes a sealed and night-capable runway at one thousand three hundred and ten meters in length. This airport also includes three grass runways that are suitable for light aircraft. Gisborne Airport is set on Gisborne’s outskirts, which offers travelers a single terminal with two gates and a café. The best thing about this airport is that it offers regional flights to some of New Zealand’s biggest hubs on the North Island of New Zealand. The biggest hubs of the Gisborne Airport are Auckland, Wellington, and Napier. Gisborne Airport includes a runway that is intersected by a local railway line, which makes it the most popular airport. The flights need to wait to land and take off as the train crosses the runway.