Looking to trade Auckland for the Southern Alps? Want to swap Christchurch's parks with the curling surf swells of the Tasman Sea? Keen to explore the Coromandel's gold-tinged beaches or sail beneath the breathtaking Mitre Peak of the Fiordland? Cheap New Zealand domestic flights could be your ticket to all that and more. They offer a convenient and easy way to hop around the home of the kiwi. Popular routes connect North Island and South Island, going from Auckland and Wellington to Christchurch and the adventure capital of Queenstown. On top of those, there are oodles of other links to more off-the-beaten-track corners of the islands, opening volcano-spiked national parks, turquoise glacier lakes, winelands – the list goes on...
On South Island, there's simply no escaping the Southern Alps. They spike to the clouds with Mount Cook and crumble into the Tasman Sea at Milford Sound.
You're sure to be stunned at Milford Sound. Under cloud-cutting Mitre Peak, it runs by glaciers and seal-topped rocks towards the Tasman Sea.
There are hidden beaches and old-growth forests that roll down mountains on the stunning Coromandel Peninsula of North Island.
At the moment, August/2020 and July/2020 are the lowest-price times in the year to travel to New Zealand. November/2020 is the most expensive month to fly to New Zealand.
Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Air Chathams and SoundsAir fly direct to New Zealand.
Jetstar is the cheapest airline that flies to New Zealand.
The best airline to fly to New Zealand is Emirates. For direct flights then Air New Zealand is the best. The best budget airline is Jetstar.