Book cheap flights to Auckland 2019 / 2020

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(from London Heathrow)

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Average flight prices to Auckland

Airlines Flying From Economy
(Price Starting From)
Business Class
(Price Starting From)
Air China London Heathrow £793 £2714  
Emirates Stansted £926 £4018  
Qatar Airways Birmingham £768 £4398  
China Airlines Gatwick £735 £3564  
Emirates Glasgow £986 £4523  
Cathay Pacific Manchester £1044 £4112  
Philippine Airlines London Heathrow £827 £3527  

Airlines that operates flights to Auckland

  • Air New Zealand (NZ)
  • Singapore Airlines (SQ)
  • Emirates (EK)
  • Malaysia Airlines (MH)
  • Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)
  • Air China (CA)
  • American Airlines (AA)
  • Qatar Airways (QR)
  • KLM (KL)

how long is the flight to auckland from uk?

  • From London Heathrow to Auckland Airport, the minimum flight duration is 23 hours and 40 minutes. These are connecting flights operated by Singapore Airlines. Singapore is the stopover.
  • Qatar Airways offers the shortest connecting flights from London Gatwick to Auckland via Doha. The total flight duration is 25 hours.
  • From Manchester to Auckland, the minimum flight duration is 23 hours and 35 minutes. Singapore Airlines is the operating airline. These are one-stop flights via Singapore.
  • The minimum flight duration from Birmingham to Auckland is 26 hours with Emirates. Emirates flies via Dubai.
  • From Edinburgh, Qatar Airways operates the shortest connecting flights to Auckland via Doha. The total flight duration is 26 hours.

Which Airlines Fly Non-Stop To Auckland From UK?

Technically speaking, there are no direct flights from the United Kingdom to Auckland. Air New Zealand offers flights that touchdown in the United States. But these are not stopovers. On a general note, all airlines offer connecting flights. Main airlines are Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Qantas Airways, THAI, and Korean Air.

How Can I Find Cheap Flights To Auckland From London?

The early bird catches the best price. Secure cheap flights to Auckland from London by starting early, at least 6 weeks prior to your expected departure. Compare airfares of different airlines and the kind of services you are looking for. But if it is a race against time, give us a call and one of our travel consultants will find for you the best deal available.

How Can I Find Flights From London To Auckland With Stopovers?

Since there are no direct flights available for this route, all flights are indirect and involve stopovers. Popular stopovers are Singapore, Dubai, Doha, and Los Angeles.

Are There Any Emirates Flights For Auckland From UK?

Yes. Emirates offers connecting flights to Auckland from various airports in the United Kingdom, notable being the London Heathrow Airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, and Edinburgh Airport, among others. Dubai is the stopover for Emirates flights.

Does Singapore Airlines Fly Directly To Auckland?

No airline is flying directly to Auckland from the UK. The same goes for Singapore Airlines which only offers connecting flights from London Heathrow and Manchester Airport. Singapore Airlines is a state-of-the-art airline and much preferred by the majority of travellers en route to Auckland.

Does Air New Zealand Operate Flights To Auckland?

Yes. Air New Zealand operates flights to Auckland from the London Heathrow Airport. These are indirect flights via Los Angeles. The flight takes 26 hours to complete its journey.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Auckland?

Auckland is a year-round destination and weather conditions are pleasant at any given time. The climate of Auckland withstands all four seasons; spring lasts from September to November and the summer period is from December to February. The stretch from November to April is considered to be the peak season for travellers from across the world. But it all comes down to your wishes. As a skier, you would most probably plan your trip in early June till October. For hiking, camping and swimming activities, December, January, and February are more suitable months.

What Are The Major Tourist Attractions In Auckland?

Situated between the two pristine harbours, Auckland is a general favourite among worldwide tourists. The city presents astounding skyscrapers in the midst of emerald parks, established shopping centres, and sightseeing of every kind.

Sky Tower

Known as the tallest man-made building in New Zealand, it is a multi-purpose building with plenty of opportunities for balcony views. And only if you dare to be truly adventurous, you would not skip Sky Walk and Sky Jump (bungee 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 night and day throughout.

Waiheke Island and Others:

Likewise, a great number of beautiful islands are amongst the favourite spots of tourists for a perfect holiday trip. Stroll through the vineyards or try zip-lining, it is up to you. Apart from Waiheke Island, Rangitoto Island, Waitemata Harbour, Pakatoa Island, and Browns Island are other options to consider. All islands offer bounteous levels of more or less similar revitalising activities, finest accommodations, and lush restaurants. You will have an opportunity to see remarkable but scarce wildlife and marine creatures including sea lions, yellow-eyed penguins, dolphins and whales.


Other notable places are the wonderful museums in the heart of Auckland, namely the Auckland War Memorial Hospital, the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum, the New Zealand Maritime Museum and the Auckland Art Gallery. These are some of the finest institutions here that give proper context to the city and its heritage.

One Tree Hill:

Some sites belong to a league of their own and this is surely one of them. This is a volcanic peak that has an observation deck on its top, the right place for a panoramic view of the lush surroundings. This is also a good place for a picnic with your family.

Queen Street:

For many, the sole reason for planning a weekend city break is shopping! In the ever-popular Queen Street, shoppers will find a good number of ever-popular brand outlets in addition to local shops. Get a bite from a nearby restaurant and you are good to go.

Which Are The Major Events And Festivals In Auckland?

Since the majority of its population are practising Christians, Auckland is home to a number of Christian festivities. Apart from Christmas and Easter, there are other cultural events that attract locals and tourists alike. Some of the most exciting events are as follows:

The Big Day Out:

This is celebrated annually and most popular bands perform their best music and gather love from the public. Variety of cultural foods and drinks are served to relish the spectators. This event is usually held in January.

The Lantern Festival:

Another enticing event is the Lantern Festival. Though it was fundamentally celebrated by the Chinese Community, marking it a localised 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.

Which Are The Best Hotels In Auckland For Travellers?

From five-star hotels to cheap and cheerful lodgings, there is no shortage of accommodations in the capital city of New Zealand. If you are on a luxury trip and fancy yourself to be treated with royal amenities then take your pick from the following:

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

As regards your budget constraints, there are other hotels as well that quote reasonable prices. Customer feedback has helped us in choosing hotels that offer value for money.

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

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