The best cheap business class flights to New Zealand from London we found for a client in the past month were for an amazing £2,003 return. To get today’s best price simply complete the form on this page and we’ll get back to you quicker than you can say “Te Papa Tongarewa”.
New Zealand – home to Hobbits and a very passionate rugby team – is one of the world’s most beautiful countries. With four distinctive seasons, you can enjoy everything from skiing to snorkeling throughout the year. Sparsely populated, this first-world country is the perfect remote getaway.
Business Class Flights to New Zealand From London:
The top airports in New Zealand with business class flights are:
- New Plymouth
- Palmerston North
When taking business class flights to New Zealand, it is recommended that you use any of the following airlines for the best accommodations and flight experience:
- Singapore Airlines
- Korean Air
- Air New Zealand
- China Eastern
Due to the distance traveled, there are no direct flights to New Zealand, and flight time takes a minimum of 23 hours. There are a lot of choices for airlines with business class flights to New Zealand.
Airlines with Business Class Flights to New Zealand from London
New Zealand enjoys four distinctive seasons at opposite times to the UK. Summer is from December to February and reaches average temperatures of 20 – 25˚C. Winter (June through August) is moderate in most part of New Zealand, but it does snow heavily inland and at the Southern Alps.
Thanks to its varied climate, there is no ‘best time’ to visit New Zealand. Snow seekers will enjoy June to October and find hefty discounts outside of ski resort area. Summers are great for hiking and outdoors activities, though prices go up in December thanks to the Australian school holidays
Auckland is the largest urban area in the whole country and sees the most visitors throughout the year. There are plenty of airports placed strategically throughout New Zealand, making domestic travel fast and convenient.
Where to Stay and How to Get Around
When your business flights to New Zealand touch down, it’s essential to have a transport plan in mind.
New Zealand is sparsely populated and, outside of major cities, public transportation is patchy at best. If you are staying the inner city, then both train and bus should be sufficient to get around. Metered taxis are available in cities and in some smaller towns. If you plan on doing a lot of moving about, renting a car for your stay is the easiest, most reliable mode of transport.
Helena Bay is one of New Zealand remote gems. The Helena Bay Lodge Hotel is 45-minutes away from the nearest town and 3 hours outside of Auckland (40 mins by helicopter). With a tiny occupancy, the lodge is yours to explore. Go kayaking, try fishing, and experience the slow, unplugged life.
Tucked away in downtown Auckland is the Hotel Grand Windsor. Lavishly decorated with gems and situated near some of the city’s most affluent cocktail bars, this is the perfect base for a cosmopolitan socialite.
New Zealand Bucket List Experiences
In a recent SkyClub survey, we asked over 1,000 of our clients “what’s number one on your bucket list?”
35% of our customers ranked a specific experience as the number one item on their bucket list. So, if you are feeling a little daring, why not combine your business class flights to New Zealand with a once in a lifetime experience?
Spectacular – Visit Tongariro National Park for multi-day alpine treks, the imposing “Mt. Doom” and the Tongariro Crossing.
Sea and Sailing – See giant sperm whales all year long on the Kaikoura oceans.
Sky – Go bungee jumping off Kawarau Bridge the site of the world’s first bungee jump!
Scuba – Explore the colorful waters of the volcanically formed Poor Knights Island on the Tutukaka Coast.
Space – See the southern lights glimmer on the horizon at Lake Tekapo and Aoraki/Mt Cook.
Safari – Go Hobbit spotting with a Hobbiton tour of famous Lord of the Rings sets.
Useful Information for Business Travellers to New Zealand
British Citizens can travel in New Zealand for up to 6 months visa-free. You need to satisfy the strict immigration officers with a proof of onward travel (an exiting plane ticket) and funds to sustain yourself. To make sure you meet the requirements, check the New Zealand immigration website.
English is the predominant de facto language of New Zealand and is spoken by almost all residents. Maori is the native language of New Zealand and is still studied in schools. New Zealand sign language has also been made an official language.
The New Zealand dollar is the national currency. You can withdraw it from any international ATM and roughly half the amount of NZD to get the pound sterling equivalent.
To get the best cheap Business Class flights to New Zealand, simply complete the form on this page or call 0044 207 255 1234 to speak with one of SkyClub’s fast and friendly experts.
We will find you special, discounted fares that are not available online. So, by the time you take your business class flights to New Zealand, you’ll feel happy knowing that you’ve paid less than the people seated nearest to you! Have a great trip and – if you want to save money – please book with SkyClub.