How to Get To The Cook Islands
Where are the Cook Islands? The Cook Islands are located east of the International Date Line and south of the Equator, just 4 hours direct flying time from Auckland.
Flights To The Cook Islands
Air New Zealand operates direct services between Auckland and the Cook Islands, with numerous connections to and from Australia.
Air New Zealand operates direct services daily between Sydney and Auckland. Currently an overnight/day room is required in Auckland enroute to Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.
Awarded ATW Airline of the Year 2010, Air New Zealand was commended for its outstanding commitment to safety, operational excellence and superb customer service.
Virgin Australia are operating connecting flights between Australia and the Cook Islands via Auckland. More information can be found on their website.
Jetstar have commenced their direct flights between Sydney and Rarotonga. Departing from Sydney every Thursday and from Rarotonga every Sunday. The airline will offer two weekly return flights to the Cook Islands. More information can be found on their website.
Air Rarotonga is the Cook Islands’ domestic airline, operating regular flights to Aitutaki and all outer islands with airport facilities.
The International Airport is located on the main island of Rarotonga, 4.5km from Avarua township.