Find the cheapest flight to New Zealand
No matter what your final destination in New Zealand is, your entry point is most likely to be the country’s biggest city and home to its largest and busiest international airport, Auckland International Airport (airport code AKL). Auckland International is about 21 km away from the city center, and is the main hub for Air New Zealand.
For a complete list of international airlines serving Auckland, go here, and for the domestic airlines, go here. You can check the information from the airport’s display board for both incoming and outgoing flights here. Terminal maps can be found here. There are Internet kiosks on the ground floor and first floor, and the airport has wireless hotspots located throughout both the international and domestic terminals. Baggage storage is available at the Visitors Information Centre in the domestic transfer area, and is open seven days a week from the first flight to the last flight of the day. There’s also a Baggage Services Shop on the ground floor for overnight storage and door to door delivery of excess bags. If you’ve got some time to kill between flights, you can take advantage of the two 18-hole mini courses at Treasure Island Adventure Golf. You’ll find your shopping and dining options listed here, and your public transport options here. You can get everything from a bus to a helicopter! Car rental agencies serving Auckland International are listed here.
More Information on New Zealand
New Zealand might seem like Australia’s little sibling, but it’s a fascinating country with its own history and culture to explore. It’s an amazingly green country with (as you might have heard) more sheep than people, a large Maori population and a vast range of activities to suit any traveler. You might recognize some of the scenery from the Lord of the Rings movies – but even if you don’t, you’ll be captivated by New Zealand’s stunning natural beauty and the friendliness of its people.