Distance From Brisbane International Airport to Auckland International Airport (BNE - AKL Distance)

The flight distance from Brisbane International Airport (BNE) to Auckland International Airport (AKL) is 1427 miles. This is equivalent to 2296 kilometers or 1239 nautical miles. The distance shown below is the straight line distance (may be called as flying or air distance) or direct flight distance between airports.


2296 kilometers is the distance from Brisbane International Airport, Australia to Auckland International Airport, New Zealand.


Flight Duration between Brisbane, Australia and Auckland (AKL), New Zealand

Estimated flight time from Brisbane International Airport, Brisbane, Australia to Auckland International Airport, Auckland (AKL), New Zealand is 2 hours 51 minutes under avarage conditions. The flight time calculator assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots. Your actual flying time may vary depending on wind speeds or weather conditions.

Time Difference Between the Airports • BNE - AKL

Time difference between Brisbane (Australia) and Auckland (AKL) (New Zealand) is 3 Hours.
Current local time in Brisbane is 2024-02-29, 22:03:57 AEST and time in Auckland (AKL) is 2024-03-01, 01:03:57 NZDT.
Auckland (AKL) time is 3 Hours ahead of Brisbane.

Brisbane International Airport to Auckland International Airport Flight Route Map - BNE to AKL Flight Path

Location of Brisbane International Airport & Auckland International Airport is given below.
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Nonstop flight route between Brisbane, Australia and Auckland (AKL), New Zealand.
Get airport maps and more information about Brisbane International Airport Brisbane International Airport
City: Brisbane
Country: Australia Flag of Australia
IATA Code: BNE
ICAO Code: YBBN
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: S 27° 23' 3.1'' Longitude: E 153° 7' 1.2''
Current time: 2024-02-29, 22:03:57 AEST
Current weather: 15-day weather forecast for Brisbane International Airport Brisbane International Airport 15 day weather forecast
Get airport maps and more information about Auckland International Airport Auckland International Airport
City: Auckland (AKL)
Country: New Zealand Flag of New Zealand
IATA Code: AKL
ICAO Code: NZAA
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: S 37° 0' 29.2'' Longitude: E 174° 47' 31.2''
Current time: 2024-03-01, 01:03:57 NZDT
Current weather: 15-day weather forecast for Auckland International Airport Auckland International Airport 15 day weather forecast

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