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Fancy an escape with cheap flights to Auckland, the largest metropolitan known as the City of Sails and volcanoes? Find out why Lord of the Rings epic trilogy was filmed in New Zealand. Whether you are looking for an adventure travel comprising climbing, parachuting, skydiving and sailing around the harbor or simply going home to spend holidays with family, our versatile fares database search allows you to customize your travel with bargain flights and that too with all worldclass airliners flying from the UK. Call in now to speak with one of our agents for special offers.

Recent searches for return flights to Auckland

£4786.53
Heathrow LHR
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Auckland AKL
Travelling Dates: 13 Oct 2017 - 28 Oct 2017
Air China
£614.8
Heathrow LHR
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Auckland AKL
Travelling Dates: 04 Sep 2017 - 19 Feb 2018
China Southern Airlines
£696.88
Glasgow GLA
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Auckland AKL
Travelling Dates: 30 Nov 2017 - 25 Jan 2018
Emirates
£1403.48
Newcastle NCL
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Auckland AKL
Travelling Dates: 13 Feb 2018 - 20 Mar 2018
Emirates
Airlines offering direct or connecting Flights to Auckland
  • Air New Zealand (NZ)
  • Singapore Airlines (SQ)
  • Emirates (EK)
  • Malaysia Airlines (MH)
  • Cathay Pacific Airlines (CX)
  • Air China (CA)
  • American Airlines (AA)
  • Qatar Airways (QR)
  • KLM (KL)
How long is the flight to Auckland from UK?
  • Direct flight from Heathrow to Auckland (LHR-AKL): 26 hours
  • London Heathrow to Auckland Airport via Singapore: 27 hours
  • London Heathrow to Auckland Airport via Hong Kong: 25 hours and 10 minutes
  • London Heathrow to Auckland Airport via Kuala Lumpur: 25 hours and 25 minutes
  • London Heathrow to Auckland Airport via Dubai: 24 hours and 35 minutes
  • London Glasgow to Auckland Airport via Dubai: 25 hours and 15 minutes
  • Manchester Airport to Auckland Airport via Dubai: 25 hours and 35 minutes
Weekly Flight Schedules of Different Airlines Flying from the UK to Auckland
  • London Heathrow to Auckland (AKL):
    • Air New Zealand (NZ): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • Singapore Airlines (SQ): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • Malaysia Airlines (MH): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • Emirates (EK): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • Cathay Pacific Airlines (CX): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • Air China (CA): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    • American Airlines (AA): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Manchester to Auckland (AKL):
    • New Zealand: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Emirates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Etihad Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • KLM: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Singapore Airlines: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Qantas Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Qatar Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

  • Birmingham to Auckland (AKL):
    • Qatar Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Emirates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • KLM: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Singapore Airlines: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

  • Glasgow to Auckland (AKL):
    • Emirates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Qantas Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Free Baggage Allowance of Different Airlines from the UK to Auckland
  • In adherence to the baggage policy of Air New Zealand; Economy Class passengers can carry one bag weighing 23kg, two bags weighing 23 kg separately in Premium Economy Class whereas when travelling in Business Class, they can carry 3 pieces of 23kg each.
  • An Emirates flight commencing its journey from any major UK airport for Auckland is permitted to take 35 kg checked in luggage for a single adult fare travelling in Economy Class. While commuting to Auckland in Business Class, you can take up to 40 kg whereas First Class privileges you to clutch 50 kg luggage on your set course.
  • According to the regulations of Malaysia Airlines’ baggage allowance, you are allowed to limit your checked in luggage to 2 bags whose combined weight should not exceed 30kg for Economy Class, 40 kg for Business Class and 50 kg for First Class.
  • Following the limits set by Singapore Airlines, you can carry checked in luggage of 30 kg for Economy Class, 35 kg for Premium Economy and 40 kg for Business Class that goes well with the ultra cheap air fares.
  • Aligned with the global standards for checked in luggage, Cathay Pacific Airlines facilitates its customers by allowing luggage weighing 30 kg, 35 kg and 40 kg for Economy Class, Premium Economy Class and Business Class in a respective manner.
  • Air China sets the baggage allowance to be 20kg for Economy Class, 30kg for Business Class and 40 kg for First Class Cabins.
  • In pursuance of your air travel with American Airlines, Economy Class travellers can take checked in baggage of 23 kg, whereas if you choose to luxuriate yourself in Business Class or First Class then you can take 2 and 3 bags weighing 23 kg each respectively.
  • Also following the piece system, China Eastern Airline permits quite an appropriate baggage allowance. You may take up to 2 pieces of 23kg each in Economy Class, 2 pieces of 32 kg each in Business Class and 3 pieces of 32 kg each in First Class.
  • In adherence to China Southern Airlines’ baggage allowance, you are permitted to take two bags of 23 kg each in Premium Economy Class, two bags of 32 kg (per bag) in Business Class and three bags of 32 kg each in First Class.
Best Time to Visit Auckland

Auckland is a year round destination and weather conditions are pleasant for visitors and locals at any given time. Climate of Auckland withstands all four seasons; spring lasts from September to November, summer period is from December to February, March to May is for fall whereas July and August are mainly characterized as winter season. The time period during November to April is considered to be the peak season for travellers from across the world. During the school vacations in December to January, locals are seen in abundance on different tourism activities. Moreover, you are suggested to plan your trip in accordance with the leisure activities. As a skier, you would most probably plan your trip in early June till October. For hiking, camping and swimming activities, December till February are more suitable months. Due to close proximity to oceans, you are least likely to stand high temperature ranges.

Auckland-Major attractions and Sites to see

Nestled between the two pristine harbours, the world class adrenaline rushing tourist destination, Auckland is the hallucination of people across the world. The city is gracefully embracing the astounding skyscrapers in the midst of lavish emerald parks, luxurious shopping centres and copious tourist’s magnetism. Sky Tower, known as the tallest man-made building in New Zealand, serves multi-purpose functions along with an exhilarating view which attracts hordes of local inhabitants of New Zealand and overseas tourists. And only if you dare to be truly adventurous and audacious, you would not skip Sky Walk and Sky Jump in any way possible. On the ground level, you will be offered numerous entertaining activities at Sky City Theatre. Star Alliance eateries and restaurants are at hand to fulfil the cravings of an Epicurean throughout the day and night. Likewise, a great number of immaculate islands offering highly regarded amenities are amongst the favourite spots of tourists for a perfect holiday trip. Waiheke Island, Rangitoto Island, Waitemata Harbour, Pakatoa Island, Browns Island, Puketutu Island, Rotoroa Island, Motuihe Island offers bounteous levels of more or less similar revitalizing activities, finest accommodations, and lush restaurants. You will have an opportunity to see eminent yet scarce wildlife, marine creatures and birds including sea lions, yellow eyed penguins, dolphins and whales. Other notable places are the wonderful museums in the heart of Auckland, namely Auckland War Memorial Hospital, Torpedo Bay Navy Museum, New Zealand Maritime Museum and Auckland Art Gallery are the premium ones for a marvellous depiction of historical and modern era.

Events and Festivals in Auckland

Irrespective of nomads from across the world, majority are practicing Christianity so religious events are celebrated with enormous zeal and fervour. Other than the purely religious celebrations, there are number of cultural events that lure the tourists to be a part of it. No matter what time of year do you choose to visit Auckland, you would find plentiful of events including concerts and gigs, exhibitions, sports, and Auckland annual events celebrated around you. Some of the most exciting events are as follows:

  • The Big Day Out is celebrated annually and most popular bands perform their best artistic music and gather love from the public. Variety of cultural foods, drinks are served to relish the spectators.
  • Hero Festival lasts up to ten days whereby the city’s gay and lesbian community celebrates different activities, all to the fullest, to bring joy to their lives. Ties that bind.
  • Another enticing celebration is Lantern Festival. Though it was fundamentally celebrated by the Chinese Community, marking it a localized get-together, but now with the passing of time almost everybody becomes a part of this festival and observes traditional Chinese New Year and adorns the streets.
  • Events which promote unity and harmony are everyone’s favourite. In the same manner, Auckland whole heartedly welcomes local residents following various pacific cultures during the Pasifika Festival to illustrate different interesting and diverse aspects of their indigenous cultural practices.
  • Cheer to a festival that is as exciting for the participants as it is for the onlookers! Lasting up to four days is an extravaganza every March, widely known as Auckland International Boat Show. Sailors from across the globe come to exhibit their exclusive boats.

Other events like Auckland Wine and Food Festival, Auckland Home Show, Ellerslie Flower Show and Christmas are also celebrated passionately.

Hotel and Accommodation Options in Auckland

Considering the subject to be of paramount importance, it is your decision to stay in a worthwhile place that makes your holiday away from home a memorable one. There is no shortage of Five Star accommodations to cheap and cheerful lodgings in the capital city of New Zealand. If you are on a luxury trip and fancy yourself to be treated with royal amenities then go ahead losing the strings of your purse and book a room in any of the following top rated accommodations.

  • SKYCITY Grand Hotel
  • Hotel DeBrett
  • Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour
  • The Langham
  • Auckland Takapuna Oaks
  • Hilton Hotel Auckland
  • Hotel Pullman Auckland

In regard to your budget constraints, you may resort to moderately priced cottages, hotels or lodges. You have a choice to avail any from the following:

  • Econo Lodge City Central
  • The Spencer On Byron Hotel
  • Econo Lodge City Central
  • Ascotia Off Queen
  • Hotel Mercure Auckland
  • Best Western President Hotel Auckland
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