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Book a New Zealand flight for the cheapest deal

  • Shop around for the best deal and be patient. No company will always have the cheapest price.
  • Be flexible with your flight times and dates. Try flying on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday rather than at weekends.
  • Generally speaking you will get a cheaper fare by booking early.
  • We will search all the low-fare airlines.
  • Be flexible, if possible, with your airports. Flying to or from a nearby or secondary airport can save you money.
  • Always compare like with like: first, watch out for taxes, surcharges and fees. To compare the costs of airline's meals, seats and in-flight entertainment for the main airlines in the UK use our travel Search.


Compare the airfare to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch

More about the NZ major city: Travel Advise to Auckland | Auckland Main Airport (AKL) | Hotels in Auckland | Auckland Transport | Tourist Attractions in Auckland | Auckland Car Hire | Auckland Climate

Flights to New Zealand At the very least, your travelling time for flights to New Zealand will be close to 24 hours. This may sound daunting, but with good preparation it needn't be! When you're booking your New Zealand flight you'll have to contend with the tricky business of stopovers - how many, where and for how long. Most flights to New Zealand from the UK stop in either Los Angeles or an Asian airport like Hong Kong or Singapore. It's important to check your itinerary carefully as cheap flights to New Zealand can be available with only one short stopover, although they are also often available with longer stopovers or even two stops along the way. Make sure you get all the facts by using our simple search, so you can make the trade-off between cost, savings and travel time. Most flights to New Zealand arrive into Auckland and Christchurch, which are the busiest airports, with flights to Wellington, Queenstown and Dunedin also popular. It's best to look for flights to the most popular New Zealand airports if you're on a budget as these routes are most likely to be discounted. With the country divided between two main islands, internal New Zealand flights are one of the main ways of getting around, and the prices are relatively cheap. Hopping on an internal flight from one New Zealand destination to another is also the quickest way to travel, so you can get the most out of your holiday. The main alternatives are buses, which operate around and between the major cities, and car hire. There is a ferry that runs between North Island and South Island so it's easy to take your car between the two.