New Caledonia Flights
Searching for flights to New Caledonia? You’ll find a wide assortment of flight routes, international carriers and flights to Nouméa to choose from.
Which airlines fly to New Caledonia?
Several airlines, including New Caledonia’s own Aircalin, Qantas, Air New Zealand and Air Vanuatu operate frequent New Caledonia flights departing from Australia (Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney) and New Zealand (Auckland).
Where do you fly into New Caledonia?
New Caledonia’s main international airport, La Tontouta International Airport, is located around 40 minutes north of Nouméa, the country’s capital.
How long is the flight to New Caledonia?
Depending on where you are travelling from, your flight to New Caledonia may either take just a few hours or you may need to make several connecting flights to reach Nouméa. As a general rule of thumb, if you are travelling from a major city on Australia’s east coast or from New Zealand’s larger cities, your journey is likely to sit at the shorter end of the spectrum.
How long are flights from Sydney to Nouméa?
Non-stop flights from Sydney to Nouméa are generally under 3 hours in duration.
How long are flights from Melbourne to Nouméa?
Non-stop flights from Melbourne to Nouméa are normally around 3½ hours in length.
How long are flights from Brisbane to Nouméa?
Non-stop flights from Brisbane to Nouméa are, on average, around 2 hours in total.
How long are flights from Auckland to Nouméa?
Non-stop flights from Auckland to Nouméa are generally around 3 hours in length.
What is the weight limit for checked baggage on flights to New Caledonia?
Depending on which airline you choose to fly to New Caledonia with, you will typically be allowed between 23 kg and 46 kg of checked baggage with each economy class ticket. It is important to check the current baggage allowances offered by the airline you choose to fly with to ensure that you won’t face any unwanted fees or charges when you reach the airport.