Haere mai. Welcome to our pure, unique country.

Over 100 million years of isolation have helped create our unique and unspoilt land, and now is the time to discover the countless ways to experience it. Startling scenery, fabulous festivals, delectable food and wine and magical outdoor encounters, New Zealand is impressive and a must see and do destination for all.  Let us help you plan your next trip to New Zealand.

Watch a quick walk through of Economy and Economy Skycouch™ on Air New Zealand's Boeing 777-300

Some product and features are only available on 777-300 aircraft.

Inflight Experience

Take a glimpse of the inflight experience you can expect when travelling on Air New Zealand's longhaul flights. Click here for more information on your next flight.

Considering an upgrade? 

Sample our award-winning, best in class comfort of Premium Economy class  Spaceseat™ and benefit from enhanced seating and the very finest of in-flight dining experiences.

Or treat yourself to Business Premier - first class service at Business Class prices. The most comfortable lie flat bed in its class will have you arrive at your destination feeling relaxed and invigorated.

What to do in New Zealand

Fantastic scenery, fabulous festival, super food and wine and stunning outdoor experiences - New Zealand is an impressive destination that punches well above its weight.

Check out which hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and attractions to visit when you're in town.

  • Explore the sea, the coastline is amass with sensational beaches, beautiful coast walks and every opportunity to surf, soak and lounge in the sun.
  • Put yourself against your fears and try luging, zorbing, sky-diving, paragliding, bungy jumping, jet-boating and much more!
  • Tour wineries that attract world accolades, sample cuisine that is fresh, diverse and full of flavour and enjoy strong, rich caffeine hit at one of Auckland’s many cafes.
  • Be sure to take in the wealth of Polynesian and Maori culture that forms the backbone of an increasingly multicultural society that can be found predominantly in the cities of Auckland and Rotorua or for a history lesson, travel to Northland and explore the architectural and historical significance of a colonial past.

Useful Information

Get ready for your stay in New Zealand with some useful facts to make your arrival stress free.

  • Currency: New Zealand Dollar 
  • Country Code: +64
  • Electricity: 230/240 Volts, NZ style 2 or 3 pin plug

Scheduled Flights to Auckland

Flights depart Terminal 2 at LAX, and fly into Auckland, with onward connections to 26 New Zealand destinations.

Air New Zealand flies from LAX to New Zealand daily view our scheduled flights to New Zealand.

Which Aircraft Operate on Flights to Auckland?

Air New Zealand operates the Boeing 777-300.

Experience the very best in air travel comfort with Air New Zealand's Economy, Economy Skycouch, Premium Economy including Spaceseat and Business Premier.