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Why Fly to Auckland?
Auckland is known as The City of Sails and boasts over 70,000 yachts and pleasure boats in its sheltered waters. Row across the lake and unwind on the idyllic beaches. Outdoor activities are bound to work up an appetite for the city’s relaxed café culture so be sure to sample Auckland’s world class seafood. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Auckland.
Flying to Auckland from the UK
Because of the distance, there are no 'direct' flights to Auckland from the UK as all airlines need a refuel stop, and therefore fly to [New Zealand's] capital via hubs in [Asia] and the [Middle East]. London Gatwick, London Heathrow and Manchester offer indirect flights (one-stop or two-stop services) and take around 26 hours. Flights to [Wellington] from European destinations offer connections to Auckland.
Popular Flight Routes to Auckland
Which Airlines Fly to Auckland?
Several airlines offer flights from London Heathrow to Auckland (AKL) including British Airways, Qantas, Emirates, Air Malaysia, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand and United Airlines. The cheapest flights to Auckland are generally the two-stop routes. Indirect flights are available from Manchester with Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Air New Zealand. Flights and tickets should be purchased in advance for the best deals as last minute flights can be quite expensive. Flights to [Wellington] connect Auckland to other cities in [New Zealand].
Mini Travel Guide to Auckland
It may be a tiny capital city of just over one million people, but Auckland will get your pulse racing. Climb, abseil, parachute, skydive, and sail across the magnificent New Zealand landscape. Take a boat out onto the heart-shaped Lake Pupuke and admire the surrounding mountains. Perhaps you’d prefer some adrenaline-fuelled thrills, like stepping onto the glass floor of the Sky Tower. Visitors can opt for Auckland’s famous SkyJump and bungee jump from the tower’s edge. Browse the shopping district and pick up gifts to take back home, unwind in a café or bar in the downtown area. Auckland’s energetic music scene brings the city to life each night, so be sure to party with locals in one of several city centre clubs.