Cheap Flights to New Caledonia
The Pacific meets France in the Melanesian paradise of New Caledonia. From the cosmopolitan capital of Noumea to the wilds of the bush, river valleys, rainforests, mountains and the marine life that comes with having the world’s largest enclosed lagoon, there are very many reasons to take Student Flights up on our offer to find you a cheap flight to New Caledonia.
Flights from Australia to New Caledonia will disembark at La Tontouta International Airport (NOU), which is about 50 kilometres west of the capital Noumea. While there is no public transport from the airport, there are shuttle transfers available as well as car hire. Speak to your Student Flights consultant for advice on private transfers and travelling around New Caledonia.
New Caledonia Flights
Flights from Australia to New Caledonia depart from Brisbane as well as other connecting services from other cities. A flight from Brisbane to New Caledonia will take less than three hours on a direct flight. During the flight, airlines will usually provide drinks and a meal or snacks as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to New Caledonia
Major airlines that fly from Australia to New Caledonia:
New Caledonia Holiday Packages
Your tropical island paradise awaits with a holiday package to New Caledonia, courtesy of Student Flights and our trusty providers. You might want an all-inclusive, flights, food, accommodation, tours and transfer package or a day tour, dive or snorkel trip to the emerald green waters of the world’s largest enclosed lagoon. Let Student Flights help you find your way to an awesome New Caledonia holiday.
About New Caledonia
Enjoy the cosmopolitan ambience as you shop the local markets or the upmarket stores of Rue de Sébastopol, dine at the roulottes (food caravans) or gourmet restaurants and rest your head in 5-star luxury or the luxury of a hammock in New Caledonia’s capital of Noumea. Explore the world’s largest coral lagoon and waterfalls at Grande Terre; the emerald lagoon at Île des Pins and the culturally rich towns of Lifou and Ouvea. There’s an abundance of marine life to be found, including dolphins, whales, turtles and sea snakes.