Getting to New Zealand
Auckland Airport is the second largest airport in Australasia and is serviced by 20 international airlines flying direct to Auckland from more than 30 destinations around the world.
New Zealand is approximately a 10-hour direct flight from most locations in the Pacific Rim, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and the west coast of the USA. It is only a three-hour flight from the eastern seaboard of Australia. No matter where you fly from, New Zealand is no more than a day away by air.
What’s more, there are 300 daily flights to 25 destinations around the country, making it easy for visitors travelling within New Zealand.
Air New Zealand
The Game's partner airline, Air New Zealand, is known the world over for their award-winning service and uniquely Kiwi way of doing things. With flights to and from 29 international destinations, an Air New Zealand flight to the Games is the best possible way of starting your New Zealand journey. And with domestic connections to 22 New Zealand towns and cities, extending your holiday to explore more of your host country with Air New Zealand is a breeze.
Use the Air New Zealand fare finder below to help with planning your World Masters Games 2017 experience.