Find our cheapest flights to Auckland from Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown, Dunedin and more.
Air New Zealand are the largest operator of flights to Auckland (AKL) Airport with around 100 direct flights per day from Wellington, Queenstown, Christchurch, Dunedin and more. Use the fare finder above to find our lowest air fares to Auckland and book online or to see flight times view our flight schedules to Auckland.
Cheap Flights to Auckland
|Travel Route||Days||Prices From||Book|
|Flights to Auckland from Wellington (WLG → AKL)||M,T,W,T,F,S,S||$49||Find Flights|
|Flights to Auckland from Christchurch (CHC → AKL)||M,T,W,T,F,S,S||$59||Find Flights|
|Flights to Auckland from Queenstown (ZQN → AKL)||M,T,W,T,F,S,S||$89||Find Flights|
|Flights to Auckland from Dunedin (DUD → AKL)||M,T,W,T,F,S,S||$99||Find Flights|
Flying to Auckland with Air New Zealand
You can relax and enjoy a complimentary snack and refreshment on most of our domestic flights.
All 737 and A320 flights between Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown are Koru Hour flights every weekday before 8am and 4:30pm - 7pm. Start the day with a tea or coffee and a muffin or cookie. On the early evening flights between 4:30pm - 7pm, New Zealand wines, premium New Zealand beers and L&P are added to your beverage choices, served with cheese and crackers or a savoury snack.
Please note this service is restricted on flights under 45 minutes and in turbulent flying conditions. Koru Hour is not available on Public Holidays.
On weekends and weekdays between 8am - 4:30pm and after 7pm, you'll be offered a selection of a great tasting sweet or savoury snack as well as tea, coffee or water.
Customers flying on our ATR72 and Q300 aircraft on flights longer than 45 minutes are offered tea, coffee or water and a snack. For flights less than 45 minutes customers will be offered water and a snack. There is no inflight service on our Beech 1900D aircraft.
Voted one of the world's top 10 cities to visit in the world by Lonely Planet in 2013, Auckland has undertaken a revival in recent years with an upgraded waterfront (Wynyard Quarter) and new shopping and dining precincts like Britomart that have brought the CBD to life. This has enhanced a city already boasting many unique characteristics other cities can only dream of... volcanic cones sprout out between distinct suburbs as if stirring the cultural melting pot, out West the coasts windswept and rugged black-sand beaches meet pristine rainforest in the Waitakere’s, in the centre twin harbours straddle the central city isthmus and soaring skyscrapers tower over the CBD and waterfront. Watch our insiders guide below to some of the best things to do in Auckland below.
Watch: The IT List Auckland