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Cheap flights to Auckland International Airport (AKL), New Zealand

Auckland International Airport (AKL) is the main gateway to the city of Auckland in the North Island of New Zealand. It is also the biggest airport in New Zealand. The airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 operates international flights, while Terminal 2 serves domestic and regional routes. Both terminals are only 500 metres apart and they are connected via a walkway and the free airport terminal transfer bus.

The airport offers a wide range of dining options, from McDonalds and Subway to Pita Pit and Better Burger. In terms of shopping, the airport has a feature called The Mall, in which passengers can purchase duty-free products online and pick up the items upon arrival or departure.

Auckland International Airport is about 21 kilometres from Auckland city centre. To get to downtown Auckland, you can take the airport transfer service called SkyBus. The journey time is 40-60 minutes, and it costs NZD18 (RM50) if you book online. Taxis are available outside the arrivals area, and fares range from NZD38-75 (RM105-207). Alternatively, if you’re planning to drive around New Zealand, you can pre-arrange a rental car and pick it up at the airport.

Airlines that fly to Auckland International Airport (AKL)

Malaysia Airlines and Firefly have direct flights to Auckland. Other airlines that fly to Auckland International Airport include Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific and China Southern Airlines.

Travelling to Auckland

Best time to visit Auckland

Auckland is a destination that you can visit throughout the year. The city has a coastal climate with four distinct seasons. Summer (December to February) in Auckland tends to be warm, with a high of 24 degrees Celsius, while winter (June to August) is mild. Take note that the weather in Auckland can change drastically within the same day, so always be prepared for the sun, rain, wind, and cold.

Summer would be the peak travel season. The weather is warm and the chances of rain are low, but prices of Auckland flights and hotels tend to be high during the summer months. The best time to visit Auckland would be the shoulder seasons of March to May, and September to November. These months offer pleasant temperatures and light crowds.

Things to do in Auckland

Start with a leisurely walk around Viaduct Harbour. This waterfront precinct is brimming with restaurants and bars, and is a fantastic place to soak up the life of Auckland. If you love to walk, you could cross the city centre and go as far as Onehunga. Along this coast-to-coast walk, head up Mount Eden and One Tree Hill, and take in the city views from high above.

Back in the city, set aside time to spend in the Auckland Museum for a historical immersion. If you prefer, you could pop by the Auckland Art Gallery.

When you’re done with the city sights, take the ferry to Rangitoto Island to follow the Rangitoto Summit Track up New Zealand’s youngest volcano. Even further from Auckland, but worth a visit for stargazing lovers would be Aotea, also known as the Great Barrier Island. This island was assigned as an International Dark Sky Sanctuary. As you can imagine, its night skies have a beauty that is indescribable.

Hangi is a signature of Maori cuisine. The food is prepared by being buried in an underground oven with hot rocks. Hangi meals comprise tender meat, be it fish, chicken, pork or lamb, with vegetables. After your meal, try New Zealand’s delicious hokey pokey ice cream which is essentially vanilla with honeycomb toffee.

Auckland travel budget

Auckland uses the New Zealand Dollar (NZD) as its currency. As of 30 April 2019, NZD1 = RM2.80.

Set aside NZD40 (RM110) as the budget for food and drinks each day. The average price of a hotel in Auckland is around NZD180 (RM496) per night.

Auckland, New Zealand visa information for Malaysians

Malaysians don't need a visa to enter Auckland for the purpose of visiting friends or family, business, tourism, or short-term study. The visa-free duration is three months or less.

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Information is accurate as of 30 April 2019.

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Auckland: Auckland International.
Delta, Oman Air, KLM, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, Sichuan Airlines, Thai Airways and SAS all fly direct to Auckland International.
The cheapest month to fly to Auckland International is September.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.