Flights from Paris to Auckland €828 - round-trip incl. taxes *UPDATE*

Flights from Paris to Auckland €828 - round-trip incl. taxes *UPDATE*


Malaysia Airlines is offering return flights from Paris to Auckland (New Zealand) for only 828 Euro - round trip incl. taxes

Update: Still available!

All flights have a short stopover in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Unfortunetly its not allowed to stay a little bit longer in Kuala Lumpur, before you continue your travel to Auckland or Paris.

You can depart and return on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Sundays. The travel period for this awesome fare is 3rd April 2013 to 1st July 2013.

Malaysia Airlines has been awarded 5-star status in the SKYTRAX World Airline Awards in 2012 and almost all flights from Paris to Kuala Lumpur (and vice versa) are operated with the new Airbus 380

Fare Details:

  • Day/Time restrictions: only Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays
  • Seasonal restrictions: 3rd April - 1st July 2013

Sample Dates:

  • 10/4 - 25/4/2013
  • 24/4 - 9/5/2013
  • 15/5 - 30/5/2013
  • 22/5 - 6/6/2013
  • and many more

Flight Booking:

Please visit,, or for flight booking enquiries.

If you're from Belgium, United Kingdom or Netherlands you should check out the current Eurostar promotion fares for travels to Paris. All others please check for cheap connection flights to Paris. 

Sample Booking:

Click on the image to open and modify this sample booking. offers loads of different campers for  2 - 6 people. With a camper you can easily explore the fascinating landscapes of New Zealands North Island and don't have to think about a bed for the night. 

If you don't want to explore the country with a camper you should check the current 10% voucher, but you should always compare prices on

The trip below includes all of the must seen places of the North Island New Zealands. This is just an example route, of course you can skip some places or/and stay longer at other places.

Just click on the map to open it in Google Maps:


North Island of New Zealand:

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