Cheap flights from Birmingham to Auckland International
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The best prices from Birmingham to Auckland International are usually found in March or May, booked 60 days in advance, depart on a Monday or Tuesday and return on a Monday
How to find the cheapest flight from
Birmingham (BHX) to Auckland International (AKL)
BHX - AKL
£772 - £1,105
High demand for flights, 17% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 16% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in October 2020
From Birmingham to Auckland International
What is the cheapest day to fly return from Birmingham to Auckland International?
Travellers have found that booking a Sunday departure is the best way to save up to 16% on the cost of booking your flights compared to booking on days of the week where this route is of high demand.
How far in advance should I book a flight from Birmingham to Auckland International?
When searching for a good deal, it’s best to be prepared for potential fluctuations in price. We recommend booking at least 54 days in advance, which can save you up to 8% on flights from Birmingham to Auckland International compared to booking the week you need them. Waiting 54 days out may not be for everyone, so we have options available for flights within the next two weeks, with the lowest price starting at £865. For sooner than that we have options available in the next 3 days from £900.
What is the cheapest month to fly from Birmingham to Auckland International?
Our data shows that May tends to be the cheapest month to fly to Auckland International from Birmingham. Users have commonly found prices around £816 for the month, but tickets can be as low as £496. Due to multiple factors, prepare for potentially higher prices in December.
When is the cheapest time to fly from Birmingham to Auckland International (BHX - AKL)?
It’s typically best to fly out from Birmingham to Auckland International in the afternoon. Doing so could potentially save you 7% on the flight price compared to flying in the morning, which is usually more expensive.