New Caledonia
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New Caledonia
Noumea Magenta Airport

Noumea Magenta Airport CAR RENTAL

location address

Nouméa Magenta Aeroport, 98845 Noumea

GDS-Code: GEA

opening hours

24 HRS RETURN
MO - SA:

08:00 - 19:40

SU:

10:00 - 19:40

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Cheap car hire and Noumea Magenta Airport

Noumea Airport (GEA) in New Caledonia (an overseas part of France) is located within 35 miles of the administrative capital city Noumea. If you wish to explore the island, you can now use our Sixt car hire service. We will allow you to choose the vehicle you think will best suit your journey. Our car hire collection includes 4x4s and city cars. Another feature of our economy car rental agreements is that anyone who decides to rent a car from Sixt can include car hire insurance - and other bonus features - as standard.

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Noumea Airport

Noumea Airport

Noumea Airport is located on island of New Caledonia, a Pacific island territory which is part of France. As a nation made up of many small islands, New Caledonia requires a network of well-maintained airports. For this reason, the Airport is currently a very important entry point onto the main island of the country. On average over a quarter of a million passengers use the airport each year. The airport is less than 3 miles away from the city of Noumea, the regional capital of New Caledonia. People who are looking to move on from the airport may be interested in taking advantage of the Sixt car rental facility which is located on site.

Tourist Attractions in Noumea

Tourist Attractions in Noumea

Although New Caledonia is technically a part of France, many local domestic matters are dealt with in the administrative buildings in the centre of Noumea. Sight-seers may be interested to visit the remains of the US army installations which date from the Second World War. In fact, Noumea was one of the most important command centres for the battles in the Pacific. Noumea is also home to the indigenous Melanesian peoples; visitors can certainly learn a lot about this intriguing culture. Alternatively, travellers may want to take a short road trip around the busy deepwater port of the city.