• 12 Apr 2016, 10:58
  • Liu Yang

New Zealand and California in one trip! Super cheap flights from Oslo for just €450 / 4211 NOK!

Visit Auckland and Los Angeles in one trip

Thanks to the error fare to New Zealand that we’ve just found, you can travel to the Lord of the Rings country, visiting sunny California on your way! Fly from Oslo to Auckland with a stopover in Los Angeles for amazing €450 / 4211 NOK! round trip!

This is a great chance to visit New Zealand and California in one incredible trip for as little as €450 / 4211 NOK return! To get the lowest price, you have to book two separate tickets – from Oslo to Los Angeles with Norwegian airlines and from Los Angeles to Auckland with Qantas. Norwegian have been voted Europe’s best low-cost carrier of the year by way of the distinguished SkyTrax World Airline Awards.

If you are looking for a getaway and you are a true explorer, it’s about time you make a trip to New Zealand! Enjoy the beautiful landscapes, hit the ski slopes, relax in a hot pool and take in the sights. Exploring the magnificent forests, mountains, fiord, lakes and beaches tops the list for many. Wake up in a place where something new awaits you every day! New Zealand is jam-packed with things to do. There aren’t many places on this planet where travellers are so well catered for. The hardest part of planning your holiday will be deciding which to do first!

Los Angeles is one of the most well known cities in the entire world.The cinema made it famous but it’s enchantments go way beyond that. Blue skies, palm trees everywhere, cool restaurants in each corner, very nice hotels, great avenues. Take a walk on Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills, go to Universal or Warner Bros studios, or if you are a museum lover, don’t waste the chance to visit the Getty Center, County Museum of Art and the Natural History Museum! Definitely a trip to remember!

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Travel dates:
November – December 2016

Sample dates (Oslo – Los Angeles – Oslo): Nov 1-7, 1-21, 1-25, 8-21, 8-25, 8-28, 11-21, 11-25, 11-28, 15-25, 15-28, 18-28, Nov 18 – Dec 2, Nov 18 – Dec 5 and many more

Sample dates (Los Angeles – Auckland – Los Angeles): Nov 1-8, 2-16, 3-28, 4-14, 5-14, 2-16, 6-27, 8-17, 10-17, 11-18, 18-30, 19-27 and many more

Oslo – Los Angeles – Auckland – Los Angeles – Oslo

How to book:
Visit Momondo or follow the links below and adjust travel dates. To get the lowest price, you have to book two separate round trip tickets – from Oslo to Los Angeles with Norwegian airlines and from Los Angeles to Auckland with Qantas.

Baggage policy:
Norwegian: One cabin bag (55 x 40 x 23cm, up to 10kg) plus one small bag.
Qantas: One cabin bag and one piece of checked baggage per passenger.

Sample reservation:
Oslo – Los Angeles – Oslo >>

Los Angeles – Auckland – Los Angeles >>

In Los Angeles you should choose 2* Knights Inn Woodland Hills with good reviews, low price and breakfast included!


In Auckland we encourage you to stay in 4* Poenamo Hotel with good reviews for just €62 per night. The hotel offers a golf course, a children’s play area and a BBQ/picnic area. It also provides squash courts, luggage storage and a kids pool. Guests can enjoy on-site parking. Every modern room at Poenamo Hotel comes with a refrigerator and all the essentials for a comfortable stay. All offer a private bathroom, a rollaway bed and movies-on-demand. Set in the Greater Auckland Wine Region, those staying at Poenamo Hotel can try the region’s specialties and everything it has to offer. Sky Tower, the Auckland Harbour Bridge and Queen Street are just an easy drive from the hotel.


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