Flights to Auckland
Flights to Auckland from the UK
Are there direct flights from the UK to Auckland?
There are no direct flights from the UK to Auckland, but many indirect flights from all over the UK to Auckland. Most flights stopover in Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Dubai.
How long is the flight from the UK to Auckland?
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 Auckland?
Auckland is 11 hours ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Auckland from the UK?
Emirates, Korean Air, Virgin Atlantic, Qantas and Singapore Airlines all offer flights to Auckland from London and various other airports in the UK.
Flights to Auckland from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Auckland?
There are direct flights to Auckland from the US, departing from several major cities on the east coast, including Los Angeles and San Francisco. 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 Auckland?
A direct flight from Los Angeles to Auckland 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 Auckland?
Los Angeles is 19 hours behind Auckland time. New York is 16 hours behind Auckland time.
Which airlines fly to New Zealand from the US?
Qantas, Air New Zealand and Air Canada all offers direct flights to Auckland from Los Angeles or San Francisco, and many more airlines offer connecting flights from New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Phoenix, Portland, St Louis, San Diego, Boston, Houston and Miami and all over the US.
Airports in Auckland
The airport is situated 13 miles (21km) south of Auckland.