Cheap flights to Arkansas

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Which day is cheapest to fly to Arkansas?

The cheapest day to fly to Arkansas is usually Monday. At the moment, Friday is the most expensive.

How long is the flight to Arkansas?

Flights to Arkansas from New Zealand take around 31-55h depending on what airline you use. If you want cheap flights to Arkansas' Little Rock from Auckland International Airport it will take around 36h if you are flying with United Airlines. Christchurch to Little Rock takes around 42h of travel with Air Japan. When you leave the airport, it will take you around 10min to get to the centre of Little Rock via bus. Arkansas flight deals from Auckland to Fayetteville with United Airlines will take around 31h. If you're flying with Qatar Airways your flight will be around 42h but the flights are generally cheaper. Flying from Christchurch to Fayetteville will take you 55h if you're using Delta Airlines. If you're heading to the centre of town in Fayetteville, it will take you around 35min to get there from the airport.

Where can you get direct flights to Arkansas from?

Unfortunately, direct flights from New Zealand to Arkansas are not currently available. If you are flying to Arkansas with United Airlines you can expect a stopover in Los Angeles before having a stopover in Houston International Airport. If you want to fly with Qatar Airways you can expect your stopovers to be in Brisbane, Doha, and then Dallas before you arrive in Little Rock. Flying from Christchurch to Little Rock you can expect stopovers in Singapore, Tokyo, and Dallas with Air Japan. If you are wanting to fly to the city of Fayetteville from Auckland International Airport, your flight with Qatar Airways will also have stopovers in Brisbane, Doha, and Dallas while your flight with United Airlines to Fayetteville from Auckland will take you to Los Angeles and Chicago'. Christchurch flights to Fayetteville will have stopovers in Auckland, Incheon, and Atlanta with Delta Air Lines.

What is the best way to travel around Arkansas?

If you’re wanting to see the sights in Little Rock, like the Pinnacle Mountain State Park, a nature conservation open to tourists, then it will take you approximately 32min to get there via bus. If you’re wanting to travel between cities such as Little Rock and Fayetteville, you are best off renting a car and driving the 4h trip. Public transport between cities is limited in Arkansas while car hire is easy if you are a licensed driver. If you want to hire a car all you will need is a driver's licence that is in English or an International Driver’s Permit, you will need to be over 18 and have driven for over a year. You will also need an international credit card.

What are some things to do in Arkansas?

Pinnacle Mountain State Park has absolutely gorgeous hiking trails that you can spend a perfect day exploring. If travelling through the wilderness is not your thing you might want to check out the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, which is home to a number of exhibits and displays created by some of the best historical and contemporary United States’ artists. There is also the William J Clinton presidential library, which holds numerous displays about the history of the United States. If you’re wanting to relax and unwind on your holiday then it might be an idea to check out the Hot Springs National Park, which has its own natural hot spring bathhouses and sauna for you to sweat out and wash away all your worries. The city of Hope has a Watermelon Festival every August, where locals compete to see who has grown the largest watermelon that year.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Arkansas?

New Zealand citizens do not need a visa to fly into Arkansas thanks to the Visa Waiver Program. However, you will need electronic authorisation to arrive via air, which will cost you around $ 16 (NZ$ 20) and take at least three business days to process. You will also need a legitimate passport.

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