Lufthansa To Auckland Flight Schedule
Lufthansa Airlines is the largest airlines company in Europe in terms of passengers carried as well as fleet size. It is also known as Deutsche Lufthansa and came in existence in year 1953 but started to operate in 1955 as flag carrier of Germany. It has two major operating hubs in Europe. One is Frankfurt Airport and another is Munich Airport. It is founding member of Star Alliance and serves various destinations worldwide. It connects many destinations like Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich, Hannover and Nuremberg. Top cities of many countries are covered by it. Many city of India are also covered by it. Hundreds of destinations in 6 continents are covered by this airline. Its main operational hubs are Frankfurt Airport, Munich Airport and two others. It has also code share agreements with Air India, Luxair, Air Malta and JetBlue Airways. The three travel classes which are offered by it are First Class, Business Class and Economy Class. First class, Business class and economy class services are offered in international flights but business class and economy class services are offered in European domestic flights. This airline offer services to more than 78 countries in which Asia, Europe, America and Africa are main continents. Within South Africa its services are limited. Johannesburg, Cape Town, East London, Durban and Port Elizabeth are connected to each other by this airline.
About Auckland (AKL)
Situated on a narrow strip of land that joins the Northland peninsula to the rest of the North Island, Auckland is the largest city and main transport hub of New Zealand. The city oozes with a large number of yachts which huddle at Waitemata Harbour and Hauraki Gulf, and thus is known as 'City of Sails'. Auckland is generally built on a giant volcanic field which comprises of 48 volcanoes that impart grace to the land, and due to this, it is also known as 'City of Extinct Volcanoes'. Owing to the city's landscape with seamless beauty, giant harbor and innumerable islands, the place presents to its visitors a mix of urban fun and country like soothing joy. The city is quite famous for its water activities. You can enjoy a grand cruise on a yacht or launch, that travels from central Auckland. Here Auckland's Dolphin Explorer provides you marine mammal eco-safaris that surf in Hauraki Gulf Marine Park to show you bottlenose dolphins, Brydes whales and orca. For the sake of fun of yacht racing you can participate in the yacht races that are periodically launched in the waters. Ferries across to Devonport are available that take you for a delicious lunch or a shopping spree.
The multitude islands of Hauraki Gulf which is situated on the entrance into Auckland City, are the major source of enjoyment and exploration. An half hour ferry ride from city centre takes you to Waiheke Island to enjoy drinks and beachcombing. Nature lovers can explore the wildlife sanctuary on Tiritiri Matangi where you can photograph the flora and fauna. Similarly pleasurable nature visits can be undertaken on Great Barrier Island where you can peek at historic kauri dams, and take a dip in natural hot springs. Not only natural activities, but there is a peculiar urban sophistication also about this city. Have spectacular views from Sky Tower, where you can indulge in Sky walk or Sky jump.
Auckland is such a heavenly place where not only dark and dense woods await for being explored, but also urban charms are ready to enchant you with its man made constructions. Be it a family trip, friends' outing or a honeymoon trip, the city of Auckland is a pleasure hunt in itself. Don't know how to organize the trip without making a hole in your pocket? Log onto MakeMyTrip.com, and go for online booking. Being India's leading travel portal, you can book your online flight tickets, scroll through the accommodation options and buy cheap travel packages. MakeMyTrip is always ready to organize your travel package with cheapest rates, and affordability in all things.
About Auckland International Airport
PO Box 73020, Manukau 2150, New Zealand
Tel: (09) 275 0789 | Fax: (09) 275 5835