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Dramatic scenery is New Zealand’s calling card. This South Pacific country is largely made up of two volcanic islands – each pieced together from snowy mountains, mirrored lakes, deep fjords and friendly cities.
The North Island is home to Wellington and Auckland. Meanwhile, the South Island dishes out arty Christchurch and Dunedin. Mountainous national parks and vineyards make a scenic filler – a familiar backdrop from the Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
How long is the flight from Belfast to New Zealand?
There are no two ways about it – it’s a bit of an epic journey. The shortest flights are 25 hours long, while the longest last up to 61 hours. And all the flights have multiple stopovers.
Which airlines operate flights from Belfast to New Zealand?
You can fly the whole way with British Airways, Emirates or Air Canada.
Alternatively, mix and match carriers. You could fly to London with British Airways, hop on a Singapore Airlines flight to Singapore, and then grab a flight to New Zealand by Qantas.
How frequent are flights between Belfast and New Zealand?
There’s a near bottomless number of flight routes from Belfast to New Zealand. It all depends on your destination (Wellington or Auckland?), stopover cities (Singapore or Kuala Lumpur?) and your budget.
Which airports serve Belfast and New Zealand?
Belfast to New Zealand flights start off from Belfast International Airport.
As for New Zealand airports, you can take your pick. Flights head to the North Island – Auckland Airport and Wellington International Airport – and to the South Island – Christchurch Airport, Nelson Airport and Queenstown Airport.
Which direct flight route between Belfast and New Zealand is cheapest?
Unfortunately, there aren’t any direct flights from Belfast to New Zealand. Most flights have one or two stopovers.
New Zealand gets more popular by the minute. And no wonder – this South Pacific island nation is a heady patchwork of mountains, cities and lakes with the odd city popped in-between.
National parks top the wish lists of most travellers. Tongariro National Park is sacred to the Maori, while Fiordland stars the glassy waters and mountains of Milford and Doubtful Sound.
The cities are knockouts, too. Chilled-out Wellington is the capital, while Auckland is a lively mix of harbourfront restaurants and skyscrapers. They’ve got a wild side, too – Auckland Domain park curls around a volcanic crater.
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