Air New Zealand flights to New Zealand now on sale from $168

Posted: 13 September 2018 10:11 am

Make your next destination Christchurch.

Air New Zealand has chosen Christchurch as its new discounted destination with fares from $168 each way, or as little as $276 return available.

Flights depart from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane for travel in November and December.

Bookings can be made via the official Air New Zealand website but hurry! This sale ends midnight 14 September 2018.

How good are these fares?

  • Price: Great. The last notable Air New Zealand sale across the pond started at $169 each way, leaving an extra buck in your pocket. Flights out start at $168 and flights in start from $108 letting you get there and back for $276.
  • Airline: Great. Air New Zealand is considered one of the best airlines in the Asia/Pacific. Fares to New Zealand are seat only, but checked bags can be added for $20 each way.
  • Travel time: Great. All flights are direct.
  • Weather: Great. Flights are for November and December dates which, while limited, is that warm transition period between spring and summer. Unfortunately, flights over the Christmas break are excluded from the sale.

Hop across that pond with the latest Air New Zealand flight sale:

Travel period
Price (one-way)
Christchurch6 November - 12 December
I'm ready to book!
5 November - 10 December
I'm ready to book!
7 November - 12 December
I'm ready to book!

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