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Finding a flight ticket is never easy. Depending of the season, some events, it can double the price. That’s why I first chose to not arrive in New Zealand during the World Cup and to come before the summer which is the high season for tourism in New Zealand.

A lot of companies fly from Paris to Auckland: Emirates, Singapor Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air New Zealand, Etihad Airways, China Southern. Some of them with a stop in Asia and for some a second stop in Australia.

Or you can try some low cost companies as Air Asia which are going from France to Asia and from Asia find a cheap ticket to Australia / New Zealand. For example for next February Paris – Kuala Lumpur : 229 € + Kuala lumpur – Melbourne 153 € + Melbourne – Auckland (with Jetstar) : 135€ = 517€

It’s a very good price for one way but for this kind of deal, you need to book 3 or 4 months in advance and I didn’t check but there are maybe some visa to pay in Asia and Australia (not sure if you doesn’t leave the Airport).

Usually Skyscanner is a good website to compare the prices between the companies, but for a return ticket Paris-Auckland, I didn’t found anything under 1200€ .

When you go somewhere with a Working Holiday Visa, you want some flexibility, for example the possibility to change the return with no additional costs. These kinds of deals are difficult to find and some travels agencies are specialized to get flights which give this possibility.

Last year I went to Australia with the help of the agency Australie Autrement / NZ Voyages. They had very good deals. That’s why I tried again with them and the price was still the lowest I could find : 1052€ with Korean Air, with the possibility to change 2 times my return with no fees.

Don’t forget to always compare the deals and the earlier you book, the better deal you will get !



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