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Booking Period:9/17/2018 - 12/31/2018
Travel Period:9/17/2018 - 5/31/2019
Vacation Code:9191

Fly NON-STOP to New Zealand from Chicago – launching November 30, 2018!

Traipse through middle-earth, escape into pristine wilderness, and sip famed New Zealand wine. With new year-round direct flights from Chicago on Air New Zealand launching November 30, 2018, it’s easier than ever to connect with the locals, explore incredible cities and marvel at the untouched landscapes of New Zealand.

NEW Chicago Flight Details

Air New Zealand will operate three flights a week, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, year-round. Flights will arrive and depart Chicago O'Hare from Terminal 5 (International). The flight time from Chicago is 16 hours – just a sleep, couple movies and meals away!

Chicago to Auckland NZ 27
Departure Time (local) 7:10 p.m.
Arrival Time (local) 6:30 a.m. (Arriving two calendar days later as you fly across the International Dateline)

Auckland to Chicago NZ 26
Departure Time (local) 8:10 p.m.
Arrival Time (local) 4:15 p.m. (Arriving same calendar day)

Sale Alert – Air New Zealand

Fly to Auckland with Air New Zealand and add one more city within New Zealand for no additional cost until October 1, 2018! Ask your New Zealand Specialist for details.*

Do You Know New Zealand?

  • It’s Closer Than You Think & Easy To Get To
    o   The average flight time from Los Angeles is 13 hours, about the same time it takes to get to Europe from the West Coast.
    o   There are non-stop flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston and Honolulu – and now Chicago!
    o   US and Canadian citizens do not need a visa if you are staying for less than 3 months.
  • It’s Easy To Get Aroundo  
    o   Diverse experiences and spectacular natural landscapes are near each other.
    o   English is spoken making it easy to read signs and ask for directions from the locals.

What Are You Waiting For?

Meet the indigenous Maori people, savor delectable traditional foods, and experience Manaakitanga, an idea of the Maori culture that values welcoming visitors through a deep expression of authentic hospitality.

So, when you’re in New Zealand, embrace our culture and say kia ora to the locals! Watch this video below and learn about these two little words that signify more than just a passing greeting.

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Hi, I'm Nicole 'Lynae' Cocklin.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a passion for travel. When I was a child, my mother managed a travel agency, sparking my love of exploration from an early age. This has made becoming a travel agent with Travel Leaders in Fort Wayne ...
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