Air New Zealand flights from $52 each way
Available on flights until December 2021 across New Zealand, including Christchurch, Rotorua, Queenstown, Dunedin, Nelson and more. Sample fare is Auckland-Wellington.
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Making your way around the world has never been easier, thanks to the award-winning Air New Zealand.
The flagship carrier offers direct flights from New Zealand to Australia and flights to destinations like the USA, Canada, Argentina and the South Pacific Islands.
Air New Zealand flies domestically in New Zealand, to Australia, the South Pacific, USA, Canada and Argentina. Here’s a list of all airports:
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It’s like getting a whole row to yourself, only better.
Air New Zealand’s Skycouch is an entire economy row to yourself with an additional footrest that folds up to create a flat bed where you can stretch out and rest more comfortably than if sitting upright. The arm rest next to the window in these seats is also adjustable for added comfort.
When fully reclined, the Skycouch is 1.55 metres long.
Yes. You can check in online at Air New Zealand’s website and print off your boarding pass. You can also use the Air NZ mobile app for an electronic boarding pass, however this may not be accepted on all flights due to transit requirements (i.e. destinations requiring a visa or proof of onward ticket). It’s recommended to check directly with Air New Zealand whether your electronic boarding pass will be accepted.
Air New Zealand offers screens on every seat (or tucked into the armrest) on all international flights, with a few exceptions including select flights between New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific Islands, Honolulu and Bali.
Domestic flights in New Zealand are quite short, and don’t offer anything beyond a monthly in-flight magazine, so we’d recommend looking into options like downloading shows and movies to a personal device.
Yes, and it’s completely free until 28 February 2018. It’s available on 777-300s, 777-200s, A321neos and A320neos. The rest of the fleet will have Wi-Fi installed with the aim to have all planes online by 2019. After the free period is up, an in-flight Wi-Fi pass will cost between $30-$40.
Is there an Air New Zealand frequent flyer program?
Yes, Air New Zealand’s rewards program is called Air New Zealand Airpoints. In a nutshell, you’ll earn Airpoints Dollars on eligible fares and on flights with select partner airlines. You can use the points toward flights, upgrades, rental cars and more.
Yes, Air New Zealand is a member of the Star Alliance network, which also includes airlines like Air Canada, Air China, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines and United. Through these partner airlines, it allows connections to more than 1,330 destinations in 192 countries around the world.
No. Air New Zealand isn’t a member of the same airline alliance as Qantas, which is part of oneworld.
Air New Zealand is New Zealand’s national carrier and operates across 15 countries. The airline’s route focuses on the South Pacific region and Australasia, and services 27 locations domestically and 29 internationally. The airline, which was once owned by the New Zealand and Australian governments, is now fully owned by its host country and is a Star Alliance member.
Air New Zealand carries approximately 11.7 million passengers every year. Why not make it one more by booking yourself on an Air New Zealand getaway?
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