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Flights to New Zealand


Flights to New Zealand from the UK

Which New Zealand airports do flights land in?

New Zealand has a few international airports, but all most flights from the UK land in Auckland at Auckland International Airport, locally known as Mangere Airport.

Are there direct flights between the UK and New Zealand?

There are no direct flights to New Zealand from the UK, but indirect flights from all over the UK. Most flights stopover in Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Dubai. However, there are plenty of flights leaving most major UK airports that connect to New Zealand on a regular basis. There are cheap flights operating to Christchurch and Wellington as well, however most of these flights stopover in Auckland first.

How long is the flight from the UK to New Zealand?

The flight from London to Auckland takes about 24 hours, depending on the length of the stopover.

What is the time difference between the UK and New Zealand?

New Zealand is 11 hours ahead of London time.


Flights to New Zealand from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and New Zealand?

There are direct flights to New Zealand from the US, departing from several major cities on the east coast, including Los Angeles and San Francisco. There are flights with most major carriers to Auckland. Once in Auckland, Air New Zealand tends to offer the cheapest flight to other destinations within New Zealand.

How long is the flight from the US to New Zealand?

A direct flight from Los Angeles to New Zealand takes about 13 hours. The flight time from New York to Auckland is roughly 21 hours, depending on the length of the layover.

What is the time difference between the US and New Zealand?

Los Angeles is 19 hours behind New Zealand time. New York is 16 hours behind New Zealand time.


Airports in New Zealand

Auckland International Airport(AKL)

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) south of Auckland.

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Christchurch International Airport(CHC)

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) from Christchurch.

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Wellington International Airport(WLG)

The airport is situated five miles (8km) east of Wellington.

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Queenstown Airport(ZQN)

The airport is just four miles (6km) from central Queenstown.

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Flights to New Zealand


Flights to New Zealand from the UK

Which New Zealand airports do flights land in?

New Zealand has a few international airports, but all most flights from the UK land in Auckland at Auckland International Airport, locally known as Mangere Airport.

Are there direct flights between the UK and New Zealand?

There are no direct flights to New Zealand from the UK, but indirect flights from all over the UK. Most flights stopover in Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Dubai. However, there are plenty of flights leaving most major UK airports that connect to New Zealand on a regular basis. There are cheap flights operating to Christchurch and Wellington as well, however most of these flights stopover in Auckland first.

How long is the flight from the UK to New Zealand?

The flight from London to Auckland takes about 24 hours, depending on the length of the stopover.

What is the time difference between the UK and New Zealand?

New Zealand is 11 hours ahead of London time.


Flights to New Zealand from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and New Zealand?

There are direct flights to New Zealand from the US, departing from several major cities on the east coast, including Los Angeles and San Francisco. There are flights with most major carriers to Auckland. Once in Auckland, Air New Zealand tends to offer the cheapest flight to other destinations within New Zealand.

How long is the flight from the US to New Zealand?

A direct flight from Los Angeles to New Zealand takes about 13 hours. The flight time from New York to Auckland is roughly 21 hours, depending on the length of the layover.

What is the time difference between the US and New Zealand?

Los Angeles is 19 hours behind New Zealand time. New York is 16 hours behind New Zealand time.


Airports in New Zealand

Auckland International Airport(AKL)

The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) south of Auckland.

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Christchurch International Airport(CHC)

The airport is situated eight miles (13km) from Christchurch.

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Wellington International Airport(WLG)

The airport is situated five miles (8km) east of Wellington.

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Queenstown Airport(ZQN)

The airport is just four miles (6km) from central Queenstown.

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