Choosing cheap tickets to NZ|എങ്ങനെ പ്ലെയിൻ ടിക്കറ്റ് തിരഞ്ഞെടുക്കാം|Malayalam|Mallu In New Zealand

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Hi Friends!! Welcome to a new Video In this video, I am talking about how to choose tickets when you plan to travel to NZ The three main airlines I usually travel with are Air New Zealand, Emirates and Singapore airlines. Sometimes Air New Zealand flights may be operated by Singapore airlines or the other way around. This depends on which airlines you choose to buy your ticket from. The easiest way to check air fares online is through skyscanner.co.nz or skyscanner.co.in The ticket prices may range any where between 50000 to 150000 Rupees(NZD1100 to NZD2900)return This depends on the time of the year you book tickets. The earlier you book the cheaper it may be. You may also approach travel agencies to get a cheaper ticket. Using skyscanner, you may book your ticket for a cheaper rate. Airlines like Air Asia and Malaysian airlines have sometimes cheap fares to NZ These flights may require you to self check-in your checked baggage, at your layover destination This may cause confusion if you are flying for the first time. If there are delays, you may even miss your connecting flight. If you prefer a comfortable journey, I would suggest buying a ticket where you get your baggage at your destination. You may pay more. I would also suggest to register in the airline programs where you accumulate points for each flight. These points may be used to redeem flights and can reduce the air fares. Another thing to note is, you cannot carry liquids anything over 100ml in your carry on luggage. You may buy liquids from duty free and these may checked. You may also get long layovers at connecting airports like Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong etc. This may be anywhere from 2 hours to 30 hours depending on your ticket. I hope everyone liked this video.Please leave a comment if you have any suggestions. Subscribe and like for more videos.Click on the bell to receive notifications when I post new videos. See you in my next video. Until then, good bye.

 

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