New Zealand has a very fascinating landscape that offers breathtaking views for people who wish to revel in the beauty of nature. From lush mountains to wide green countryside, it’s absolutely stunning. And if you wish to travel to this beautiful country, then you are in for some brilliant news, as Qatar Airways is beginning its non-stop flight to Auckland this summer.
Qatar Airways To Begin Direct Flights To New Zealand
Qatar Airways is known for its leisurely business class seats, which offer passengers an exquisite and comfortable experience on journeys, especially one that involves long-haul flights. And now, if you are also planning to travel to New Zealand, then you are in for some brilliant news as Qatar Airways is bringing back its direct flights from Doha Hamad International Airport to Auckland International Airport. Regarded as one of the longest long-haul flights in the world, this Doha-based carrier is beginning this non-stop flight to Auckland on September 1.
A Glimpse Of New Zealand
It should be noted that the airline is expected to operate its Airbus A350-1000 on this route, which is equipped with Q-Suite, according to a report by Simple Flying. This is brilliant as their business class suite is recognised by many as one of the world’s best business class products.
Now coming to Auckland, it is a beautiful city in the North Island of New Zealand. This major city has the iconic sky tower at its centre point that offers sweeping views of the Viaduct Harbour that houses superyachts and many bars & cafes. Besides Auckland, there are other really beautiful cities that deserve to be on your radar in New Zealand. Some of the beautiful places to visit here include Queenstown, Wellington, Dunedin, Bay of Islands, and Lake Tekapo, which show many picturesque places to visit in New Zealand, it’s definitely going to be a great destination for holidays once the direct flights begin.
So, share this brilliant news with your loved ones and make plans for a Kiwi holiday. This fall.
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