Business Class Flights to Auckland
Booking Business Class to Auckland
The best fares available on business class flights to Auckland can be found by one of the SkyClub representatives, with ease. SkyClub are a group comprised of industry experts who have gained invaluable experience over the years in understanding the travel industry and working with clients on a one-to-one basis to find flights and fares that suit their needs. Through a combination of understanding clients on a personal level and knowing the industry incredibly well, the team at SkyClub can find the best available fares on all business class flights to Auckland.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Qantas Airways||Heathrow||AKL||1 per day||£3600|
|Air New Zealand||Heathrow,Newcastle||AKL||2 per day||£4020|
|Cathay Pacific||Heathrow, Manchester||AKL||4 per day||£3100|
|Emirates Airways||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||AKL||6 per day||£3346|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow, Manchester||AKL||6 per day||£3346|
Flying Business Class to Auckland from the UK
There are a number of leading airlines that operate business class flights for passengers flying from the UK (from all major cities) to Auckland International Airport. The airlines that offer business class fares to passengers – as well as a range of amenities and services in their business class cabins include: Virgin Atlantic, Emirates Airways, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand and Etihad Airways.
New Zealand’s largest airport is Auckland International Airport which is found in the Mangere suburb in Southern Auckland and is located near to the shores of the Harbour at Manukau. There are frequent services operating to Auckland from the UK from airports and cities including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and London City Airport. Passengers can also connect to many other locations in the United States, South America and Asia from Auckland.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Auckland is the perfect place for business travellers who enjoy shopping, to visit – everything from street markets to designer label stores are available for travellers to browse across the city. Some of the downtown locations are particularly popular with business travellers and tourists including the Viaduct Harbour and Wynyard Quarter. Being in Auckland means never being far from water, so travellers who wish to relax and experience something different whilst in the city can enjoy some surfing, kayaking, charter boat trips and relaxing cruises. There are also key buildings and places that are popular tourist attractions including the Sky Tower which is the tallest free-standing tower in the Southern Hemisphere and the Auckland art gallery which holds the largest collection of art – both national and international – in New Zealand.
Business travellers who fly to Auckland will recognise that there is an extensive public transport system in place across the city – most tourists are happy to use this, however, Auckland is also a very car-dependent city and it is therefore recommended that business travellers hire a car before travelling to the city.
The safest areas in Auckland for business travellers are areas in the North including Campbell’s Bay and Castor Bay, as well as areas in the East which include Botany Downs and Cockle Baby and in the South including Devonport and Dannemore. Hotels that are suitable for business travellers include the Rendezvous Hotel Auckland – a favourite with royalty and located within close walking distance to the Viaduct and Auckland Convention Centre. It is also linked to a main shopping street – Queen’s Street- via an underground tunnel link. The Langham Hotel Auckland is also located close to Queen’s Street a well Karangahape Road – another of Auckland’s main streets for shopping. The Langham Hotel brings European decor and hospitality to the heart of Auckland.