Auckland: €1,349 Lufthansa, Swiss & Singapore Airlines Premium Economy from Paris (Mostly Refundable)

Auckland Newzeeland

Star Alliance carriers Lufthansa, Swiss and Singapore Airlines are currently selling cheap premium economy flights from Paris to Auckland. With two stops in Zurich and Singapore, you can reach New Zealand for as little as €1,349. A fare that includes extra legroom, checked bags and the option to get a refund (save a €190 fee) in case you need to cancel.

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These tickets are partially refundable if you cancel them on your own. You will get your money back, minus a €190 fee. To change flight dates, you’d need to pay the fare difference, but at least the rebooking fee is waived.

Worldwide travel restrictions are in place to slow the spread of Covid-19. We strongly recommend gathering detailed information about the travel and quarantine restrictions that apply to your desired origin and destination.

A good start is the International Air Transport Association (IATA) website. It provides current updates on a country’s immigration policies. Even better, the Covid-19 Travel Regulations Map is one of the most useful tools you can find.

Our availability calendar shows you all possible flight dates at the cheapest rate for trips to 28 days. It forwards you to lufthansa.com, where you can buy the refundable tickets.

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All possible itineraries have two stops – one in Europe and one in Asia. All long haul flight segments are premium economy services, while the short European flights from Paris to Frankfurt, Munich or Zurich are economy services.

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Sadly, we have not been able to locate fare rules for these flights, so we cannot tell you when it is going to expire. It shows decent availability between August and November 2022.

Simply select your preferred dates in our calendar. You’ll then be redirected to Lufthansa. For trips of over 4 weeks, you’ll have to use the calendar on Google Flights.

The premium economy light fare is not the cheapest in this case. You must select Premium Economy Basic Plus I to get the advertised price and partial refundability:

Premium Economy Basic Plus I

Mileage

As there are various different airline and route combinations for the Lufthansa flights, it is difficult to name a specific number of miles. We will give you one example here: Paris-Frankfurt (Y), Frankfurt-Singapore (E) with Lufthansa, Singapore-Auckland (T) with Singapore Airlines.

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  • 10,450 Miles on Vistara Club Vistara
  • 5,226 Miles on JetBlue TrueBlue
  • 836 Miles on Air Malta Flypass
Data provided by wheretocredit.com. Without guarantee on correctness.

Once you’ve decided on your preferred or available routing, you use our mileage calculator:

Lufthansa’s Premium Economy

In comparison to other airlines, Lufthansa’s Premium Economy is solid, but not outstanding. The reclining seats and legroom are above average. Still, cabin service and entertainment are almost the same as in LH’s economy class product.

In contrast to its regular economy seats, Lufthansa offers broader and more comfortable seats in Premium Economy, switching from a 3-4-3 / 3-3-3 seat alignment to 2-4-2 (Boeing 747) or 2-3-2 on its wide-body aircraft. Furthermore, you are able to check two bags up to 23 kg at no additional cost. While the food is identical, it’ll be served on chinaware instead of plastic.

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Lufthansa Premium Economy on a Boeing 747-8i.
Information & Tips for Auckland

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand with a population of approximately 1.5 million and a wide range of tourist attractions and activities for visitors. The city is also an excellent starting point to explore the rest of New Zealand. Auckland is connected to Southeast Asia and Asia pretty well, even non-stop flights to the USA are available. As of now, you’ll have to switch planes at least once when flying to New Zealand from Europe. But this may change since long-range flights are hitting new limits all the time

The Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Auckland is between March and May and September and November. These are the times when you’ll find comparatively few tourists and can enjoy sunny days and moderate temperatures.

Climate diagram for Auckland (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)

From the airport to the city

A bus to the city centre runs every 10 minutes, and the journey will take you about 40 minutes and a ticket for a one-way trip costs approx. €7.50. A taxi can cost up to €60, while Uber or Zoomy (similar to Uber) will cost between €24 and €43.

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