Here's a quick guide to New Zealand's airports and the airlines that fly into, and around, the country.
Flights to New Zealand
This is a broad guide to the airlines that fly to New Zealand. Some of the airlines code share, a practice that allows them to share each other’s aircraft. We recommend you contact the airlines directly for detailed information about flights.
If you are looking for specific information on Air New Zealand air miles, please click here.
Flights around New Zealand
Flying between towns and cities in New Zealand is easy. Our two major domestic carriers are:
International & Domestic Airports
New Zealand has a comprehensive network of international and domestic airports.
While Auckland Airport serves the largest number of international arrivals and departures, airports in Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Rotorua and Queenstown also receive flights from other countries.
Here are the international airports:
Domestic airports make every part of the country accessible, from Kaitaia Airport in the far north to Ryan’s Creek Aerodrome on Stewart Island. Airport facilities vary according to the size of the local population.
If you need help booking flights, contact a travel agent near you.