Flights To New Zealand


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Flights to Auckland, NZ

Best time for flights to Auckland:

  • Best months to book your flights to Auckland are December to March - this is a peak season
  • November and April are much quieter time in New Zealand where you have a chance of getting cheaper flights to Auckand.

Flying to Auckland

There are plenty of cheap flights to Auckland from the UK available. Auckland International airport is very modern with Wi-Fi, showers, and so on. There are 2 terminals catering both domestic and international flights. Airport hospitality ambassadors, or 'blue coats', are ready to accompany new arrivals to the many buses, taxis, and shuttles. The airbus express runs every 30 minutes 12 mile distance into the centre. For early or late connections, there are several hotels close by Auckland airport.

Airlines flying to Auckland

Flights from London Heathrow to Auckland (AKL) are served by various airlines such as British Airways, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Air New Zealand, United Airlines and Air Malaysia. Generally cheaper flights to Auckland include two-stop. Indirect flights are available from Manchester and London with Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Air New Zealand. Flights and tickets should be booked in advance.

Getting Around Auckland

Auckland is compact and can be walked through and through. The best way to travel around is by the city's hop-on-hop-off service. Car hire is another option, but for a real experience it is better take the ferry service from Waitemata Harbor to the North Shore. The service is a cheap and frequent, running every 15 minutes daily.

Auckland Overview

Auckland is a business and economic centre of the country founded in 1840, the only city in the world, located in the northern part of the North Island, on the shores of the two seas: the Tasman Sea and the Pacific.

The territory taken by Greater Auckland, is the largest urban area of New Zealand. Geographically and administratively the Greater Auckland is composed of: Auckland City (Auckland City) - the central and most urbanized part of the city, North Shore City, Manukau City, Waitakere City and urbanized areas of the Papakura District, Rodney District and Franklin District.

Auckland is the former capital and one of the largest cities in New Zealand with the largest airport in NZ. Every two years the city of Sails gets into the centre of attention of the whole world thanks to the prestigious international America's Cup.

City is becoming prettier and more improved from year to year, the number of beautiful buildings is increasing, as well as the number of exciting entertainment options and attractions. Here you can find modern office buildings, and many one-story private houses, new international hotels and major sports facilities, shopping centres, restaurants, and quiet parks, squares and gardens. Dynamically developing, changing its appearance, Auckland retains the incomparable charm that has always been inherent to this city.

Auckland attractions

By visiting this wonderful city, guests can see the fashionable boutiques and antique shops located in the quarter of Parnell Village, go sailing to one of the many islands or take a bike ride through the rainforest, picnic next to one of the volcanoes, visit one of the nearby vineyards, or wander through the amazing black sand beaches.

A mandatory place to visit Auckland is the local zoo, where all kinds of animals and unique plants are kept as freely and as close as possible to the natural environment. Many of them can not be seen anywhere else but in New Zealand. Auckland's largest city park, created in the XIX century in the crater of an extinct volcano is another unique place to visit. In addition, in its territory you can find Military History Museum. Another similar and very interesting place to visit is a botanical garden of Auckland. Or, for example, a wonderful small Eden park. Well, for dessert, you can leave a giant aquarium in Auckland, created Kelly Tarlton. Here you can see an amazing number of species of marine life, but the "inhabitants" of Antarctic waters are particularly interesting for the visitors.

Flights to Auckland have very competitive price for the flights.

Auckland (AKL) is New Zealand's biggest city and offers plenty to entertain and amuse. Auckland’s a city of volcanoes, with the ridges of lava flows forming its main thoroughfares and its many cones providing islands of green within the sea of suburbs. As well as being by far the largest, it’s the most multicultural of New Zealand’s cities. Auckland flights disembark at the International Airport, the main gateway to New Zealand. With its temperate climate, flights to this destination are popular all year round, but cheap flights to Auckland can be secured by booking any cheap flight found well in advance of departure. Flights to Auckland will usually involve a flight change or stop of several hours or more, and take around twenty-four to thirty hours in total from UK. You can arrange your flights so as to stopover for a longer period, in order to ease the discomfort of such long haul travel on your way to Auckland New Zealand. Fly from major UK airports London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW), Birmingham International (BHX), Manchester (MAN), Glasgow (GLA), Newcastle (NCL), Aberdeen (ABZ) Edinburgh (EDI), Cardiff (CWL) and enjoy our stopover packages in Singapore (SIN), Hong Kong (HKG), Los Angeles (LAX), Dubai (DXB) & many more destinations.

A sizeable Asian community rubs shoulders with the biggest Polynesian population of any city in the world. Far more than a base camp for New Zealand exploration, the "City of 100 Lovers," as it is in the Maori language, offers top-notch museums, scenic islands and a richly diverse cultural mix. Free City Circuit buses circle city centre locations. Experience Maori influences at Auckland Museum, find Polynesian handicrafts at Otara Market or people-watch in bustling Ponsonby and Parnell. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a mélange of adventure, from kayaking and sailing to high-octane bungee jumping.

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