18 September, 2020
Wellington has all the pluses of a capital but without the stress. It's ringed by green hills and washed by the waters of the Cook Strait. The location is perfect for chilling out and relaxing, riding heritage trams to lookouts over the ocean, and enjoying the bounty of North Island – great wines, farm-to-table meat cuts, craft beers. Cultural museums offer glimpses of acclaimed Kiwi art and sculpture, too, while roaring rugby stadiums rise above a vibrant marina of homey eateries and cafes. Cheap flights to Wellington could be your chance to see all that and more, especially as ferries to South Island's wild mountains and primeval rainforests are just a stone's throw away from the airport!
Lookouts and hertiage trams are the pulls of the Wellington Cable Car, which whisks you to hilltops high above the Kiwi capital.
Wellington Harbour is where the action happens in the Kiwi capital. Head down to find organic cafes, beer bars, and vibrant promenades.
The Red Rocks of Wellington sit under cliffs near the capital. They were formed 200 million years ago, and are now laced with Maori myths.
At the moment, November/2020 is the cheapest month to take a flight to Wellington. The most expensive month is September/2020.
Air New Zealand, Jetstar and SoundsAir have non-stop flights to Wellington.
The cheapest airline that flies to Wellington is Jetstar.
The best airline to fly to Wellington is Air New Zealand and it flies non-stop. The best low-cost airline is Jetstar.