It's about as big as Tokelau
(a.k.a. Tokelau Islands, a.k.a. The Union Islands) (New Zealand Territory) (total area)
Tokelau, a territory consisting of three coral atolls under the sovereignty of New Zealand, measures 1,200 hectares. With exports consisting of small crafts and small-scale agriculture, most of which is traded only with New Zealand, Tokelau has the smallest economy of any country in the world.
It's about as big as Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD)
It's about as big as London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
It's about as big as Auckland International Airport (AKL)
In other words, the size of Auckland International Airport (AKL) is 1.04 times 1,200 hectares.(Auckland, Auckland Province, New Zealand) (airport and tenant-occupied total land area)
Auckland Airport covers a total area of about 1,250 hectares, including two terminals and surrounding businesses on airport-owned land. Its main runway is 3,635 m in length.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Mackinac Island
In other words, 1,200 hectares is 1.0613 times the size of Mackinac Island, and the size of Mackinac Island is 0.942240 times that amount.(Michigan)
Mackinac Island measures 1,131 hectares in total land area. The island is located in Lake Huron and is known as a historically-cultured tourist destination and summer colony, home to the well-known Victorian Grand Hotel.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Dublin International Airport (DUB)
In other words, 1,200 hectares is 1.1070 times the size of Dublin International Airport (DUB), and the size of Dublin International Airport (DUB) is 0.90330 times that amount.(a.k.a. Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath) (Collinstown, Leinster, Ireland) (total site area)
Dublin International Airport covers a total area of 1,084 hectares, including two passenger terminals, outbuildings, and two main runways. The total length of both runways is 4,709 m.
It's about nine-tenths as big as LAX
In other words, 1,200 hectares is 0.860 times the size of LAX, and the size of LAX is 1.20 times that amount.(a.k.a. Los Angeles International Airporta, a.k.a. KLAX) (total land area) (2012 figures)
Including nine passenger terminals and several other administrative and cargo facilities, LAX sits on 1,400 hectares of land. In 2014, LAX serviced almost 71 million passengers, 600,000 planes, and over 1.9 million tons of freight.