InterCity® operates daily buses from Taupo to Auckland International Airport. Got a flight to catch from Auckland Airport? It's easy to connect your InterCity bus with the Airporter 380 service from Manukau City.

Buses to Auckland Airport depart from the Taupo Visitor Centre, 30 Tongariro Street, Taupo, and arrive at Bus Stop E, International Terminal, Ray Emery Drive.
Search for a bus Taupo to Auckland Airport and book online with New Zealand’s most popular national bus network.  

Airport Connections

AT 380 Airporter Bus 

We offer connections to and from Auckland Airport from towns and cities all across the North Island. To book your trip to the airport by bus, simply select either Auckland International Airport or Auckland Domestic Airport when searching. Your booking will include travel to Manukau City where you will transfer onto the bright orange "380 Airporter" bus. The transfer cost is included in your ticket price.

The 380 Airporter buses depart every 15 to 20 minutes in both directions between the Airport and Manukau City.

Please allow at least 90 minutes between the scheduled arrival time at Auckland Airport and your flight check-in time. InterCity is not responsible for missed flights through delays. 

About Auckland Airport

New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland is also known as the “City of Sails” due to the regions enthusiastic nature towards sailing. Auckland‘s Habour Bridge is an iconic landmark which attracts many visitors to the region. Auckland’s most popular street, Queen Street is the heart of the CBD where the atmosphere is vibrant with commerce during the day and awakens at night to introduce Auckland’s electric night life. Located nearby Queens Street is Auckland’s waterfront where you can find fantastic restaurant and music. For a tour around Auckland city be sure to visit .

Auckland Airport is New Zealand's largest international and domestic airport, with more than 14 million travellers a year passing through its terminals.

The airport is located on the shores of the Manukau Harbour in South Auckland, a short drive from the central city. Prior to 1966, the city's main airport was in Whenuapai in West Auckland, although the site has been used as an airstrip since 1928.