We can also offer many unique stopover options using our partner airlines from London Heathrow to an Air New Zealand Gateway point and then on to New Zealand. Imagine shopping in Hong Kong, bungee jumping in Queenstown, snorkelling in the Cook Islands and spending a day or two exploring the Los Angeles theme parks. Well that's exactly what travelling Round the World is all about.

Example itineraries for your round the world tickets

Below are a few example itineraries to help inspire you.

Our booking system allows you to fly into one city and out of another or finish your trip in a different city than you started, with our British Airways or Virgin Atlantic domestic connections from London Heathrow. And don't forget to upgrade to Premium Economy or Business Premier to make the journey even more memorable!

London - Hong Kong - Auckland - Los Angeles - London

Edinburgh - Los Angeles - Cook Islands - Sydney - Auckland - Shanghai - London

Manchester - San Francisco - Queenstown - Auckland - Tokyo - Manchester

Dublin - Hong Kong - Cairns / make your own way / Melbourne - Auckland - San Francisco - Dublin

How many stopover options can I choose on my round the world ticket?

When travelling to New Zealand and/or Australia you can choose from 3 Asia stopover points (Hong Kong*, Shanghai* or Tokyo*); 3 USA stopover points (Los Angeles, San Francisco* or Honolulu*), 1 Canada stopover point (Vancouver), and 3 Pacific Island** stopover points (The Cook Islands, Fiji* or Tahiti*). Australia and other Pacific islands can be added for a supplement.

* Some flights operated by one of our partner airlines of Virgin Atlantic, Cathay Pacific, British Airways, United Airlines, ANA All Nippon Airlines, Air Pacific, or Air Tahiti Nui to fly to these destinations
** Up to an additional £175 per stopover on the base fare

How do I book round the world flights?

Booking is easy. Simply visit the Multistop booking page and build your itinerary.

You're under no obligation to purchase until you enter your credit card details and confirm your requirements on the Purchase Tickets page. If you have questions at any stage of the booking process, just look for the 'help with this page' link.

For detailed pricing and fare rules please see the information during the booking process.