New Zealand is a developed nation, hence all the major cities have an airport and most of the small town also have an airport of their own. The small towns in New Zealand do not have an international airport so one will have to take a Flights
to any of the major cities of New Zealand.
A number of the international airports present in New Zealand are limited to travelling only till Australia. The New Zealand flights you take will be a hopping flight from Australia or it will take you to any of the eight international airport.
Major Airports: There are only eight international airports in New Zealand from which flights travel abroad further than Australia, namely, Auckland Airport, Hamilton Airport, Rotorua Airport, Wellington Airport, Christchurch Airport, Dunedin Airport and Queenstown Airport.
New Zealand is a pretty small country so there will not be much of a difference in prices for people travelling from different corners of the world. Travelling to New Zealand is the cheapest for the people residing in Australia as the distance is not much. Even for the people traveling from the South East Asian countries or the west coast of the United States
of America, the airfare will be significantly low as compared to the rest of the world.
Traveling to New Zealand is most expensive for the people living in Europe and Africa. The distance between these two continents and New Zealand is the most, thereby making the airfare expensive.
Most of the times people get a hopping flight to New Zealand which takes a stop at Australia. You can therefore, explore a bit of Australia for a few hours while touring New Zealand.
Getting in New Zealand is a very tedious process. You need to be sure that all your documents, such as Visa
, passport, and the likes, are in place. New Zealand is one of the few countries which has a very tight security system.
Airway is the easiest way to reach New Zealand for people residing in any of the countries in Asia, Africa, Europe or America. For some countries in Asia, Europe and Africa, plane is the method by which one can reach New Zealand.
Since there is a time zone difference between New Zealand and the rest of the world, you should pay careful attention to the timings of the flights, their departure and arrival times.
Major Airports: There are only eight international airports in New Zealand from which flights travel abroad further than Australia, namely, Auckland
Airport, Hamilton Airport, Rotorua Airport, Wellington Airport, Christchurch Airport, Dunedin Airport and Queenstown Airport.