New Zealand Airlines
Our preferred international airlines are detailed below however we can also offer flights with many others, including Emirates/Qantas Airlines, British Airways and Qantas Airlines.
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Air New Zealand
No one knows New Zealand and the South Pacific better than Air New Zealand. With daily flights from London Heathrow via Los Angeles, Air New Zealand offers a one-stop service to Auckland and Christchurch, along with great connections to its domestic network with 26 destinations around New Zealand. Try its unique Kiwi style hospitality, spacious Pacific Class (economy) seating that can't be beaten and an award winning Pacific premium economy class service. Air New Zealand continue to update their fleet having launched a new look with state of the art seats in economy, lie-flat beds in a new Business Premier cabin, a new Pacific Premium economy class as well as on-demand in-flight entertainment throughout its long haul aircraft. In April 2011 they launched the the revolutionary new Premium Economy SpaceseatTM available on flights from London to Auckland via LA. find out more »
One of the world’s most awarded airlines, Singapore Airlines operates four daily flights from London Heathrow, three using Airbus A380 aircraft, and a daily flight from Manchester. The Manchester flight, as the 4th London service, is operated by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. find out more »
Emirates is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world and since its inception in 1985, has won more than 300 international awards for excellence. Emirates offer a superb service on its flights from London (Heathrow and Gatwick), Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Birmingham to Dubai, with onward connections to Auckland. Having formed a global partnership in 2013, Qantas and Emirates now fly 14 times a day from Australia to Dubai, and provide 'one-stop' access to destinations across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Since it was founded 23 years ago Virgin Atlantic Airways has become Britain’s second largest airline, serving the world’s major cities. Quality is something that sets Virgin apart. Whatever class you fly in with Virgin Atlantic you will always experience that little bit extra. Virgin’s Upper Class Suite has won several design awards.
South Pacific Airlines
Experience Fijian hospitality and casual friendly service from the moment you step onboard your 'island in the sky' with Fiji Airways, Fiji's international airline. Offering an extensive choice of flights from Nadi to the many and varied Pacific Islands Fiji Airways is a great way to experience the Pacific.
Air Tahiti Nui
As the leading carrier to Tahiti and Her Islands Air Tahiti Nui offers a true Tahitian experience from the moment you step on board. The airline is renowned for its top of the range services and Polynesian charm. Flights are available between Papeete and Paris, Los Angeles, Auckland, Sydney and Tokyo.
Flying is a great way to travel between major centres in New Zealand if you are pressed for time or should you wish to focus on specific regions. Air New Zealand is the largest domestic operator offering economy class flights to 26 destinations throughout the country (main routes are shown on the map below). In addition, a number of domestic flight routes are offered by Qantas and both airlines also operate Trans Tasman services between New Zealand and Australia. These open up a wealth of travel options and can be incorporated into any tailor made itinerary.
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We had an absolutely amazing time! The holiday was very well organised and we would definitely book with you again!Mr Briggs, New Zealand self drive