Auckland International Airport is mostly served by airline companies from the Pacific region and southeast Asia. New Zealand’s largest airport is naturally served by the country’s flag carrier airline. Air New Zealand connects the city of Auckland with more than 25 destinations on multiple continents. Major Asian destinations accessible through New Zealand’s largest airline include Hong Kong, Osaka-Kansai (Japan), Tokyo, and Shanghai. Densapar International Airport in Bali (Indonesia) can be reached on a seasonal schedule. Air New Zealand also connects Auckland to more than ten domestic destinations, and these flights take off from the Domestic Terminal.
Offering flights to Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport in California, Air New Zealand is the only airline that provides direct service between Auckland and the United States. Vancouver, one of the largest cities in Canada, is another North American destination on the list of Air New Zealand flights.
The U.S. state of Hawaii is one of several destinations within the Pacific region that is accessible through New Zealand’s flag carrier. Other Pacific destinations include countries such as Fiji Islands, Nieu, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, and the Cook Islands. Australian destinations such as Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney are also directly accessible via Air New Zealand. All Air New Zealand flights heading outside of the country depart from the International Terminal.
Auckland International Airport is well served by several major airline companies from New Zealand’s good Neighbor Australia. The Australian flag carrier Qantas provides flights to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. Virgin Australia Airlines, the second biggest carrier in Australia, offers flights to the same cities that are available through Qantas. The Australian coastal city Gold Coast can also be reached via Virgin Australia Airlines.
Jetstar Airways, a major low cost Australian airline, connects Auckland with domestic and international destinations. Along with Christchurch, Dunedin, and Queenstown, New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, can be reached via Jetstar Airways. At Auckland International Airport, Singapore is the only non-Australian international destination offered by Jetstar Airways.
Auckland International Airport is served by several large Asian based airline companies. Hong Kong can be reached by flying on the Cathay Pacific Fleet. The Chinese city of Guangzhou is accessible via China Southern Airlines. China Airlines offers flights to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. Thailand’s capital city Bangkok can be reached by getting on the Thai Airways International fleet. South Korea’s Seoul Incheon International Airport is linked to Auckland through Korean Air service.