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Birmingham Auckland from £1066

When you are looking for your cheap flight deal between Birmingham and Auckland there will be either one, two or three stopovers depending on which cheap flight you choose. At Birmingham airport there are around nine airlines offering a flight between Birmingham and Auckland. The first stop is often somewhere like Dubai or Singapore and a second or third stopover will usually be somewhere in Australia where it is then just two or three hours to your destination in Auckland. Have a good look online to find a great deal for your flight between Birmingham and Auckland as there are many cheap flight deals. Don't worry about having a long stopover midway as this is an ideal opportunity to have a sleep and a shower at one of the airport hotels which will make this long distance flight from Birmingham a lot easier. Once you get to Auckland International Airport you have the choice of taxi, bus or hire car to complete your journey.

Looking for a cheap Birmingham - Auckland flight?

  • 1786

    Birmingham - Auckland

    Emirates
    10/01/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 30h00
    Emirates
    31/01/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 27h00
    from £1,073.55
  • 1700

    Birmingham - Auckland

    Turkish Airlines
    21/12/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 35h00
    Turkish Airlines
    17/01/2018 2 stop(s) Duration 47h00
    from £1,254.23
  • 1700

    Birmingham - Auckland

    Lufthansa
    21/12/2017 2 stop(s) Duration 27h00
    Lufthansa
    17/01/2018 2 stop(s) Duration 37h00
    from £1,393.21

Cheap Birmingham - Auckland Flights

To travel between Birmingham and Auckland at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for Birmingham - Auckland flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest Birmingham - Auckland flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Auckland 1 Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium

This is a must see attraction with an underwater tunnel through a massive aquarium with sharks, rays and many other fish. Visit the penguin display and explore the reconstruction of Captain Scott's Antarctic hut. It's close enough to the city to get there by a pleasant coastal walk.

2 Piha Beach

The west coast of Auckland is famous for its pounding surf and black iron rich sand. Spend the day walking through the dunes or enjoy some scenic horse trekking. The surf is more suited to strong swimmers and always swim between the flags.

3 Goat Island Marine Reserve

An idyllic coastal area teeming with sea life, enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving and the glass bottom boats. Take a boat trip and explore the sea caves and look out for penguins and dolphins on the way.

4 Voyager Maritime Museum

Learn how New Zealand and its people have been shaped by the sea, from the early voyages of the original Polynesian people travelling across the Pacific to the excitement of the Americas Cup. There are plenty of activities for children.

5 Howick Historic Village

Step into the past and explore a recreated village from the 1800s. There is a collection of over 30 colonial buildings displaying the life of the times including staff in full historic costume.

Required travel documents for New Zealand

You will need to get your visa before your flight from Birmingham and your passport should have three months of validity after you leave New Zealand. You should be of good health and character, have sufficient funds for your visit and have proof of your intention to leave such as your return ticket. For further information visit www.immigration.govt.nz/. New Zealand is either 12 or 13 hours ahead of the United Kingdom depending on if daylight saving is in place. The local currency is the New Zealand Dollar with banks, hotels and bureau de change able to convert your funds. New Zealand has a dual culture with the Maori language, people and legend an integral part of this, 'Land of the Long White Cloud'.