Cheap flights to Auckland

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return Deal found: 07/22
Air Canada
Air Canada
LHR - AKL Heathrow to Auckland
01 Nov - 29 Nov Travelling Dates
£ 1169.99
return Deal found: 07/25
China Airlines Ltd.
China Airlines Ltd.
LHR - AKL Heathrow to Auckland
01 Nov - 29 Nov Travelling Dates
£ 1204.09
return Deal found: 07/23
Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific
MAN - AKL Manchester to Auckland
25 Sep - 18 Oct Travelling Dates
£ 1379.74
return Deal found: 07/21
Turkish Airlines
Turkish Airlines
LGW - AKL Gatwick to Auckland
27 Jan - 26 Feb Travelling Dates
£ 1432.98
return Deal found: 07/19
Malaysia Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
LON - AKL London to Auckland
05 Aug - 02 Sep Travelling Dates
£ 1435.31
return Deal found: 07/18
All Nippon Airways
All Nippon Airways
BHX - AKL Birmingham to Auckland
15 Dec - 17 Jan Travelling Dates
£ 1671.34
return Deal found: 07/17
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand
LON - AKL London to Auckland
05 Aug - 02 Sep Travelling Dates
£ 1691.51
return Deal found: 07/15
Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines
LON - AKL London to Auckland
05 Aug - 02 Sep Travelling Dates
£ 1769.11
return Deal found: 07/24
Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways
LON - AKL London to Auckland
05 Aug - 02 Sep Travelling Dates
£ 1797.71

Flights from Auckland to London

British Airways
return
AKL - LON Auckland to London
20 Aug - 05 Sep Travel Between Date
£1214.89
British Airways
return
AKL - LON Auckland to London
20 Aug - 05 Sep Travel Between Date
£1220.29
British Airways
return
AKL - LON Auckland to London
20 Aug - 05 Sep Travel Between Date
£1220.29
Singapore Airlines
return
AKL - MAN Auckland to Manchester
18 Oct - 06 Nov Travel Between Date
£1243.43
Singapore Airlines
return
AKL - MAN Auckland to Manchester
18 Oct - 06 Nov Travel Between Date
£1276.33

What is the cheapest time of year to get flights to Auckland ?

The cheapest time of the year to visit Auckland starts from the last few weeks of July till the end of September. During this time, fewer tourists are going to the city as it is the middle of winter with average temperatures plummeting to 10°C. It also rains more often during these few months, which might provoke you to open the umbrella from time to time while you are exploring the city. The rain is not a significant hurdle, nor is the weather. All you need is a light jacket to keep you warm. Come to Auckland in the winter months and take advantage of the cheaper rates and the vacant hotel rooms for a vacation of a lifetime.

Airlines that operate flights to Auckland from the UK

  • British Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Emirates
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Qantas
  • Air Canada
  • Etihad Airways
  • How can I get flights to Auckland in July 2024 with flexible booking options?

    Booking a flight with flexible rebooking options entitles you to change your flight date without incurring extra charges. You can alter your departure and arrival airport or upgrade your seating class, in accordance with the airline's policies. This not only adds convenience to your travel but also mitigates the risk of losing money if you cannot take the scheduled flight. Travellers appreciate flexible flights since they can access the early bird discount. We advise you to read the terms and conditions of your ticket and the airline's policies to fully understand what changes are permitted and associated costs, if any.

    How much is an average flight ticket to Auckland?

    The average flight ticket to Auckland ranges from 1169 GBP to 1759 GBP from London Heathrow this year. Flight prices are likely to fluctuate, with the highest prices during the high season. Please consult our travel agent for the most updated prices on your travel dates.

    How long is the flight to Auckland from the UK?

    There are no direct flights to Auckland from the UK. Hence, the length of stopovers influences the total flight time to Auckland. The shortest flight time from Heathrow to Auckland is 23 hours and 45 minutes.

    Are there direct flights to Auckland from London?

    Technically speaking, there are no direct flights to Auckland from London. Air New Zealand offers flights that touchdown in the United States. But these are no stopovers. On a general note, all airlines offer connecting flights. Leading airlines are Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, THAI, and Korean Air.

    How can I find cheap flights to Auckland from the UK?

    Unfortunately, due to its popularity, you can rarely find cheap flights to Auckland. Nonetheless, you can look for travel dates in the off-peak season to avoid high pricing, preferably in March and May. For instance, a flight to Auckland is available for 872 GBP in May. School holidays can start to push prices up in June again. So, we advise you to book in advance and make the best use of shoulder season. Contact our travel experts for more tips and available discounts on flights to Auckland.

    Best flight options with stopovers from UK to Auckland

    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. Please visit our webpage and enter the dates on which you wish to travel. In a few seconds, there would be a list of connecting flights from all five of London’s airports to Auckland. The list of possibilities gives you the flexibility to choose a flight with more stopovers but at a lower fare. You may also choose the one with just a brief layover and a quicker trip, but by paying a little extra cash.

    Are there any Emirates flights for Auckland from UK?

    Yes. Emirates offers connecting flights to Auckland from various airports in the United Kingdom, including London Heathrow Airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, and Edinburgh Airport. Dubai is the stopover for Emirates flights. From just London alone, approximately 70 flights are leaving for Dubai International Airport every week. Most of these flights are serviced in the evening, after 7 PM, and arrive in Dubai early morning, the next day. The flight out from Dubai to Auckland is 18 hours long. These flights leave Dubai between 7 and 10 in the morning and land in New Zealand in the afternoon of the next day.

    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. There are 21 connecting flights, serviced by Singapore Airlines leaving for Auckland, via Singapore every week.

    Does Air New Zealand operate flights to Auckland?

    Yes. From the United Kingdom, there are two ways to get to Auckland, and both routes are almost equally distant. We can fly west with Air New Zealand, have a stopover in Los Angeles, and then hop over the Pacific Ocean to get to Auckland. Alternatively, you can fly east; have a layover in Singapore and then land in Auckland. The flight, either way, takes 26 hours to complete its journey. Air New Zealand operates 21 flights to Singapore Every week and 14 flights to Los Angeles. The earth is round – why not use that to your advantage when you want to travel between the opposite ends of the planet and choose whichever route is cheaper in the season.

    Which airlines operate flight to Auckland more frequently?

    The airlines that are regularly taking off and landing at Auckland International Airport are regional. Qantas moves passengers to Auckland frequently from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The second busiest airline that has the most frequent flights to Auckland is Cathay Pacific. Other airlines like Emirates, Qatar Airways and Singapore Airlines are among the top ten carriers that circle aeroplanes about Auckland regularly.

    How does TravelhouseUK find such low prices of tickets to Auckland?

    For our loyal customers going to Auckland from the UK, we only ask them to plan their trips at least three to four months in advance. Months early, there are fewer people demanding seats, and so the prices are low. The software our agents use to flip through the files in airline databases are quicker, and the searches are more intensive. Out of the many combinations of flights, these softwares can show the cheapest routes. Then there is the human touch: not all low cost flights to Auckland are passenger-friendly. Our agents prefer to sell those flights to our customers that have fewer stopovers. These factors make the tickets by TravelhouseUK more affordable.

    How can I find cheap flights to Auckland with TravelhouseUK if the price isn’t shown online?

    There are many times during the year, particularly near the Christmas season when there might not be many options available as most of the seats are already booked. Finding last minute flights to Auckland might be a bit difficult then. Please do not panic if you cannot find a single travel route under the search results tab on our website. Attempt to change the arrival and departure dates by just a few days to get an insight. If even that does not work, you can call our agents on 020 3137 9154 to get an urgent flight out to Auckland.

    How to get the cheapest Business Class flights to Auckland?

    Only an exclusive flight deal goes to the making of an affordable trip. And Travelhouseuk has plenty of offers directed towards Business Class flights to Auckland. Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, and Cathay Pacific Airways retain their popularity as the foremost choices for deluxe flights. In addition to reasonable, competitive fares that we quote our customers, there is our instalment plan option as well to consider. To reach us in time, you have the option of calling us over the phone (020 3137 9154), subscribing to our e-newsletter service, or by leaving a query on social media. For best results, employ all three to effectively triangulate the cheapest flights.

    Can I fly to Auckland now and pay later?

    To last-minute travellers, there is relief in the news that an instalment plan service is available to bail them out. Briefly speaking, this payment plan lets you fly to Auckland now and pay later in pre-planned, monthly instalments. As soon as you can make the initial deposit, our agent will be quick to issue your tickets. Passengers will have to pay the remaining amount in instalments, according to the schedule arranged between them and the agent at the time of booking. When the flight you want doesn't cut a handsome price tag or there happens to be no deal in sight, it is time to call 020 3137 9154 to avail the plan.

    Is there a major international airport in Auckland?

    Auckland Airport is New Zealand’s largest international airport and receives over 21 million passengers every year. The airport can entertain forty-five flight movements per hour. The Auckland International Airport is only 26 kilometres away from Auckland Harbor, which equates to a 30-minute car drive. Skybus buses connect the airport to the Central Business District (CBD) and with Mangere - a suburban area of Auckland.

    What 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.

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