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Cheap flights to Dunedin (DUD)

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Flights to Dunedin, New Zealand

Dunedin is the second largest city on the South Island of New Zealand after Christchurch. Dunedin is also a major city in the Otago region. Its name comes from Dun Eideann, the name for Edinburgh, Scotland in Scottish Gaelic. Dunedin city area is located on the East Coast of Otago around Otago Harbor. The harbor and hills around Dunedin are the ruins of the volcano. The rural areas extend to the valley and the surrounding hills to the far end of the Otago Peninsula, along the coast of Otago Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. Dunedin is the largest city in New Zealand according to the territory of the provincial land area until 2010. After that, the title was replaced by Auckland. The archaeological evidence shows that Maori occupied Dunedin before the arrival of Europeans. Dunedin has diversified economic resources including manufacturing, publishing, technology, education, research and tourism industries. Dunedin is also home to the University of Otago, the oldest university in New Zealand. In 2014, Dunedin was recognized as a UNESCO Literary Town.


Airports in Dunedin


1. Dunedin International Airport

Dunedin Airport is also known as the Dunedin International Airport. It is also known as the Momona Airport. This Dunedin International Airport is an international airport in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. It serves the city of Dunedin and the Otago area and the Southern region. Dunedin International Airport is one of the two international airports in Otago. Other international airports are Queenstown International Airport. This Dunedin International Airport is adjacent to Momona Village on Taieri Plains. It is located about 22 km Northwest of Dunedin city center. Dunedin International Airport is also the sixth busiest airport in New Zealand by many passengers. Dunedin International Airport has a paved runaway capable of operating aircraft such as Boeing 767. Dunedin International Airport has a five-door terminal building, two bridges, customs facilities and other facilities. Several airlines are flying from and to Dunedin International Airport such as Air New Zealand, Air New Zealand Link, Jetstar Airways and Virgin Australia.


How to Get Cheap Flights to Dunedin


Traveloka is a travel search engine that makes it easy for travellers to find the cheapest flights to Dunedin. All you need to do is key in the information in the search box, and the application will recommend the best trip according to your budget. It compares flight prices across some trusted airlines to help you to get the best possible deal. Use Traveloka’s price alert feature to be notified of flights in your desired price range to get the best flight price to Dunedin.


When is the Best Time to Fly to Dunedin?


The peak and busy hours of Dunedin are in March followed by June and July. Hotel prices, as well as flight tickets, will be higher than any other months. However, you can still get great deals if you book a flight or accommodation ticket earlier. The less crowded month with travellers is in November. You can get cheap flights and hotels if you are visiting Dunedin during the month. According to climate classification by Koppen, the temperature in Dunedin, in general, is temperate. However, the city has a different climate between cities due to its topographical arrangement. Dunedin has an oceanic climate. In summer, the temperature in Dunedin can reach up to 30 °C. You can visit Dunedin in December to celebrate Christmas Day with the residents there.


What are the Top 3 Things to Do in Dunedin?


1. Larnach Castle - is a castle located on the Otago Peninsula on the border of Dunedin, New Zealand. The palace is close to Pukehiki's small village. It is one of the few homes that have this scale in New Zealand. The castle was built by renowned entrepreneur and politician, William Larnach. Do not miss the opportunity to visit Larnach Palace.


2. Otago Peninsula - Otago Peninsula is a long and hilly cliff that forms the Eastern part of Dunedin, New Zealand. It was originally a volcano forming a valley wall that now forms the Otago Port. CNN International has named the Otago Peninsula one of the ten most romantic places in the world to make a marriage proposal. You certainly do not want to miss the opportunity to visit this Otago Peninsula.


3. Taiaroa Head - is one of the big land located at the end of the Otago Peninsula in New Zealand. It also overlooks the Otago Harbor. This Taiaroa Head is located within the city of Dunedin. The nearest village to this area is known as Otakou. It is three kilometers South. The Taiaroa Head is also one of Dunedin's main tourist attractions. Make sure you visit here.

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