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Fly via Singapore, the fastest route to New Zealand

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Experience an elevated travel journey with Singapore Airlines, the world’s most awarded airline and fastest route to New Zealand with a stopover in Singapore.

Plan your trip to New Zealand with a choice of four daily flights from London Heathrow or four weekly flights from Manchester Airport to Singapore. From Singapore Changi Airport, fly direct to either Auckland or Christchurch with a choice of 14 weekly flights with Singapore Airlines or our partner Air New Zealand. Thanks to our partnership with Air New Zealand, we are pleased to offer convenient onward flight connections to 20 New Zealand destinations.

Sit back and relax as our world-class cabin crew take care of you every step of the way. Enjoy gourmet dining with our ‘Book the Cook’ service, available in Suites, First Class, Business Class and select Premium Economy Class, and choose from a wide selection of delicious dishes inspired by our International Culinary Panel, up to 24 hours before your flight.

London Heathrow fares from £1,197*
Manchester fares from £1,159*


Singapore Airlines Cabins

Delight in a choice of four cabins, Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, Business Class and First Class or Suites, and enjoy unparalleled levels of comfort and exceptional customer service throughout your journey.

What to Look Forward to in New Zealand

Compact Diversity

Hobbiton™ Movie Set Tours

A land of diverse regions and landscapes, Aotearoa New Zealand stretches across two main and a myriad of small offshore islands. Aotearoa New Zealand is a destination which lives up to the hype, more magical than its movie sets. Across New Zealand, visitors will find everything from untamed wilderness to rich culture.

Whether its star gazing in Tekapo or the celluloid screen-star of Hobbiton, you can pack several holidays into one in this stunning destination.

Food and Beverage

Lobster Thermidor at Tarras Central Otago Restaurant

Across the country, chefs are highlighting native ingredients, indigenous cooking techniques and practices like foraging, accelerating the exploration of New Zealand’s gastronomical story. The mara kai, or gardening for food, is a Māori practice fast becoming a focal point again for local communities.

 

The craft beer industry continues to grow rapidly, with breweries and distilleries refining their process and adding distinctive Kiwi flair such as kawakawa infusions. A homegrown whisky movement is beginning to establish the definition of what a New Zealand whisky is, with 19 distilleries around the country. There's also no shortage of good wine in New Zealand, with over 40 varieties across 10 regions.

Reconnect with Nature

Whale at Kaikoura Canterbury

Māori have a deep connection of respect and reciprocity with the land. This has become part of New Zealand’s culture as a nation, known as kaitiakitanga. It explores how conserving the land and respecting your surroundings; the land and its people can take care of you, whether that be physically or spiritually. It is something visitors can expect and revel in when visiting New Zealand.

Whale Watch Kaikoura is a multiple award-winning New Zealand nature-based tourism company owned and operated by the indigenous Ngati Kuri people of Kaikōura, a Maori sub-tribe of the South Island's larger Ngai Tahu Tribe. Using sperm whales’ very own sonar system, the rhythmic ticking sound they use to communicate, navigate and more, Whale Watch Kaikoura offer one of the greatest and most authentic ways to witness these giant mammals in their natural habitat.

The National Kiwi Hatchery launched a new Behind the Scenes immersive experience to join the hatchery team in a staff-only area to learn about the incubation and chick rearing techniques from global experts. 100% of funds go to the National Kiwi Recovery Trust.

Discover New Zealand's Great Walks

Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track

Famous for its breath-taking scenery through hiking tracks and trails, there are only a select few that hold the coveted title of being named one New Zealand’s Great Walks.  

These multiple-day walks offer the very best of New Zealand’s great outdoors, passing through some of the most rich and diverse scenery the country has to offer, including National Parks, coastal trails, native forests and mountain passes. A great way to enable more people to enjoy and be inspired by nature to help protect it.

April 2022 marks the 30th Anniversary of the Great Walks, an incredible achievement that shows the popularity of these trails and stands as testament to both locals and visitors respecting the land and conserving these areas of outstanding natural beauty.

One walk to spotlight is the - Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track Walk, named the eleventh addition to New Zealand’s Great Walks Network, a 61km loop through Fiordland, providing access to a spectacular southern coastline, forests, dramatic alpine tops and historic viaducts.  

 

There are also other ways to immerse yourself in the beautiful nature while being active with cycle and shorter trail options.

Learn More About Te Ao Māori

Maunga Hikurangi

Māori are the tangata whenua (indigenous people) of New Zealand. Māori is a deeply spiritual culture and the concept of te ao Māori, or Māori world view, acknowledges the interconnection of all living and non-living things.

Tikanga, or Māori customs, are an important part of daily life, such as manaakitanga; welcoming guests with warm hospitality or kaitiakitanga, the respect and guardianship Māori have for the natural world.  Māori culture is central to New Zealand’s identity and informs the Kiwi landscape.

Manea Footprints of Kupe is a significant story for Northland, as it celebrates Māori "sense of place", past, present and future and ensures that our tupuna (ancestors) are shared and remembered. 

A place of great spiritual and cultural significance to the local people of Ngati Porou, Maunga Hikurangi is a gateway to great Māori history and the legendary feats of Maui and his whanau (family).

Stand before nine magnificent whakairo (carvings) – each larger than life and holding a story you can see, hear and touch on top of a sacred maunga (mountain) – the highest non-volcanic peak in the North Island.


Fly within New Zealand with Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is a world-class airline, focused on connecting New Zealanders to each other and New Zealand to the world. It is the flag carrier of New Zealand and an award-winning airline, certified for excellence in safety, onboard products, and a uniquely Kiwi service experience.

Explore more of New Zealand by connecting seamlessly onto Air New Zealand’s network of over 20 domestic destinations. All of the domestic seat options come with flexibility so you can make changes to your travel plans. High touch surfaces are disinfected regularly, and extra steps are implemented to ensure all the aircraft, lounges and airports are frequently cleaned to ensure every journey together is a safe and enjoyable one.


Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport

Kia ora, welcome to Auckland Airport. It is the main international gateway to New Zealand, with 90% of all long-haul flights touching down at Auckland Airport. Providing aviation links through to 35 international destinations, including 23 local towns and cities. Auckland Airport is ready to connect travellers to New Zealand and beyond. Located in the beautiful city of Auckland, Tamaki Makaurau, the airport precinct is a vibrant economic hub featuring a world-class business park, commercial office buildings, transport and logistics warehouses, hotels and leisure and recreation facilities


Traveller Information

Traveller Information

Enjoy quarantine-free entry to Singapore for fully vaccinated travellers without any on-arrival test from 1 April 2022. Find out more.

Singapore Airlines has implemented a host of precautionary measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its passengers and crew. Measures include enhanced cleaning and disinfection prior to boarding and cabin air is filtered throughout the flight using state-of-the-art HEPA filters, eliminating 99.9% of airborne pathogens. Discover More.

The status of national and state borders remains fluid and we encourage travellers to check our Information Centre for the latest schedules and network updates.


Images courtesy of Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand 


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*Terms & Conditions

 
Fares are per person and include the price of the air ticket in Economy, Premium Economy or Business Class as well as associated taxes and surcharges.

• Book before 31 March 2022.
• Fares shown are departing from London Heathrow or Manchester and valid when booked on singaporeair.com.
• Subject to currency fluctuation and seat availability.
• Further terms and conditions may apply.