Flights to South IslandSouth Island Flights
New Zealand domestic flights
Offering regular national flights a days, these airfields are the lowest fares with a backpacking budget: New Zealand's 25 destination domestically every single flight makes flights from one side of the state to the other quick and easy. There are four New Zealand airfields we suggest if you decide to take a flight within New Zealand:
In order to get to "smaller" New Zealand cities quickly and inexpensively, take a plane to one of the major New Zealand airport and then one of the local coaches. Learn more about sightseeing tours in New Zealand. New Zealand's major national carriers are:
While Jet Star prides itself on its budgets, Air NZ provides teas and biscuits on flights in the early hours or drinks and cracker in the afternoons. Aside from jokes, it is noteworthy that Air New Zealand has flights to much more than Jet Star. You will also not want to miss the 9 best Air New Zealand safety videos.
Some smaller German carriers have more off the beat tracks. Some of the carriers on the North Island are: Sunair, Barrier Air and FLYMY Sky all operate flights to Great Barrier Island, a crowded island in the Hauraki Gulf of Auckland. More information is available at Great Barrier Island - Guide for Backpackers.
It also flies to North Island towns every day, including Auckland (Ardmore Airport), Whangarei, Great Barrier, Whitianga, Tauranga, Hamilton, Rotorua and Gisborne. South-Island Airlines: The Stewart Island Flights operate from Invercargill and Oban in Stewart Island. You' re also flying over Stewart Island. Learn more in Stewart Island - Guide for Backpackers.
Airline companies on the North and South Island include: This is a short check list of things to take and get ready before taking a New Zealand home flight: That may not necessarily be your national travel document, but it is always the most secure one.