There are no direct flights available for Dunedin at present. All flights departing from the United Kingdom are connecting flights, most of which are code-shared among multiple airlines. Emirates, Qatar Airways, Air New Zealand, British Airways, and Qantas Airways are the leading operators of indirect flights to Dunedin from the UK.
It takes at least 28 hours for a flight to reach Dunedin from London Heathrow. The flight is code-shared between Emirates and Air New Zealand and flies via Dubai and Auckland.
The rise and fall of airfares are constant, and only between March and May, some stability can be expected. During this period, it is speculated that prices will remain lower than usual. Travelhouseuk offers special low-season deals on flights to Dunedin from different airports in the UK. To get such a deal, you have to give us a call first or leave a query on Facebook. To book it while it's hot, sign up for our newsletter.
Yes, travelhouseuk takes pride in offering only the best deals on flights to Dunedin from the UK. You can match our prices with other travel agencies, and airlines too, and confirm it for a fact. A return-ticket for a single fare (adult passenger) is starting from 858 GBP. If these are not the digits you were expecting, feel free to opt for our 'Fly Now, Pay Later' program. With an initial deposit, you can book and complete your whole journey, without worrying about anything else. Schedule the payment plan with your travel agent and clear the remaining amount in instalments.
Yes, British Airways is one of the leading operators of flights to Dunedin from the United Kingdom. All British Airways flights for this route are connecting code-shared flights. Flights are code-shared with airlines such as Qatar Airways, Air New Zealand, KLM, and Singapore Airlines, depending on where you are flying from. You can fly from London (Heathrow, Gatwick, and City Airport), Edinburgh, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds, Aberdeen, and Newcastle upon Tyne.
Dunedin International Airport serves Dunedin for both inbound and outbound flights, domestic as well as international. This is the main international airport for the Otago region and also the greater part of Southland, in addition to Dunedin. Its IATA code is DUD. There is a single terminal designed and furnished in line with the current global standards. The airport is located at an approximate distance of 28 kilometres from central Dunedin.
Otago Peninsula and Taiaroa Head:
All set for a long day out in the remote parts of Dunedin? The coast has much recreational potential be it fishing, bird-tracking, or treasure hunting. The Taiaroa Head forms the edge of the peninsula, and the view is simply mind-blowing.
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum:
Get your notepad ready for facts and figures, and an educative experience that waits for you at this museum. A single tour can help fill many gaps in the knowledge you have of the region and the understanding you have of its people.
Discover the calm and tranquillity of an underrated beach, and the untapped potential that such places promise. Not far from the city centre, Tunnel Beach is a must for every visitor.