Cheap flights from New Delhi to Auckland International

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Flight information New Delhi to Auckland International

Cheapest return price last month

₹ 44,898

Direct airlines


Average flight time, total distance 12517 kilometres

16h 35min

Most popular airline last month


Auckland International

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Auckland International: Auckland International.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New Delhi to Auckland International is ₹ 44,898. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
16h 35min is the average flight time from New Delhi to Auckland International.
There are no airlines that fly directly from New Delhi to Auckland International.

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Delhi to Auckland Airport Information


Indira Gandhi International Airport, (Airport Code: DEL)

International terminal, Terminal 3, New Delhi-110 037


Auckland International Airport, (Airport Code: AKL)

Ray Emery Drive, Auckland -2022 New Zealand


Auckland has featured time and again as one of the world’s most live able cities, with an extremely high quality of living index. Having the largest Polynesian population globally, it is one of the last cities in the world where you can witness Maori culture.


Auckland is famous as New Zealand’s sunniest city. The summers here are long; however, humidity can be a problem to those who aren’t used to it. Winters are damp and cold. Rainfall is prevalent throughout the year. To conclude, it is a nice day to be in the city every day of the year.


With a coastline this long, the city is bound to have some of the best seafood. Once here, you must try the Marlborough green-lipped mussels, which are known all over the world. Bluff oysters should be another addition. Also try some Maori hangi - a traditional Maori way of cooking. For dessert, you must have the country’s favorite ice cream Hokey pokey.


Auckland is known as the country’s most cosmopolitan city. The population mostly consists of Maori people, people of British and/or Irish origin, Asians, etc. It is one of the last cities where you can taste authentic Maori cuisine such as hangi cooking or a Pavlova. While you are here, you must attend at least one Kapa haka performance - the traditional Maori dance.

History and Architecture

Auckland was inhabited by Maori people since 1300 or before. However, there were as many as only 20,000 people in the area at any given time. Even these came due to the rich, fertile land. The Europeans came in 1800s and named the land in the name of their royalty. Slowly and steadily from 1940 onwards, the city (read: country) started gaining independence. This influenced the architecture and other cultural elements such as language in the city. The city’s architecture is based on architectural innovations that happened in Europe, with buildings representing Baroque, Neoclassical, and Georgian styles even. Today, the architecture has taken a turn towards modern engineering.


There are plenty of shopping malls in the city, mostly concentrated around middle and/or outer suburbs; Sylvia Park and Westfield Albany are the largest. Weekend flea markets at Otara and Avondale will give you an opportunity to shop for stuff in bulk at competitive prices.

Sightseeing in Auckland

Tiritiri Matangi Island, Hauraki Gulf, Auckland Museum, Waitakere Ranges, Cornwall Park, Rangitoto Island, Devonport, Auckland Zoo, Sky Tower, Viaduct Harbour, Mount Eden and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki are some of the must-see places you should visit while you are in Auckland.

Getting to and fro from the airport

Transport options are in plenty at the airport. Right from buses to taxis, to rental options, there’s a good deal for everyone. Similarly, if you want to be dropped off at the airport, there are many buses that have pickups all around the city at major junctions.

Delhi to Auckland International Flights

Many companies such as Cathay Pacific, China Eastern, Air India, Emirates, etc., have flights from New Delhi to Auckland International Airport. All these companies provide flights with one stop. There are no direct flights from New Delhi to Auckland. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to Auckland International.

Documents required to travel from Delhi to Auckland International

Passengers travelling from Delhi to Auckland International must carry all the documents listed below

  • Valid Passport
  • Valid Visa
  • Return flight tickets (sometimes asked by the immigration depending on your visa type)

Major airlines that operate from Delhi to Auckland International

Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Air China, Singapore Airlines, AirAsia, Korean Air, Air New Zealand, Hong Kong Airlines, AirAsia X, Qatar Airways, ANA (All Nippon Airways), China Eastern, Cathay Pacific, China Southern, China Airlines, Thai Airways, Jet Airways and Air Canada.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.