Air New Zealand flights & ticketsWith over 75 years of experience in the air, Air New Zealand is the award-winning, full-service national airline of New Zealand with a strong reputation for excellence in customer service, flight performance and reliability. The airline flies over 15 million passengers every year to 52 exciting destinations within the Pacific Rim, including New Zealand, Australia, the South Pacific, Asia, North America, South America and the United Kingdom. The airline, which won a 2016 award for Airline of the Year from AirlineRatings.com, uses its appeal as a full-service airline to compete against the sea of low cost carriers on the market--which offer lower fares with steep fees for “extras” that are included on Air New Zealand. Despite the fact that it isn’t a low cost carrier, the airline consistently offers low fare sales on air new zealand flights that keep it competitive with rival budget airlines of the region. Air New Zealand flights are well-known for their humorous, often star-studded safety videos that consistently go viral on YouTube. The highly-entertaining videos call on celebrities like Elijah Wood, Sir Peter Jackson, Rhys Darby and Anna Faris to add excitement to the usual tired safety instructions, which are delivered between action scenes by actual Air New Zealand flight attendants.
How to Check In
Baggage Allowance and Fees
Seating – Leg Room, Choosing Seats
Economy travellers on long haul flights benefit from a seat pitch of 31” to 35”, offering quite a generous amount of legroom. Those travelling in Premium Economy can really stretch out with 38” to 42” seat pitches, while those in business class get between 50” and 80” depending on the aircraft. Short haul legroom is also pretty generous, with 30-34” in economy and 35” in premium economy. You can choose a standard seat for free on long-haul international flights, or if you’re flying on The Works, Works Deluxe, Smart Saver, and Flexi fares. Otherwise you can pay to choose a preferred seat.
Perhaps you’re a parent flying solo with the kids, or newlyweds in need of some extra space and privacy for more comfort--whatever the reason, many passengers will be thrilled to learn that Air New Zealand offers a Skycouch upgrade for those that want a little more space while flying. Skycouch Upgrades feature a footrest, retractable arm rests and more legroom than traditional economy row seating. Stretch out, or turn your row into a play area for the kids--however you use SkyCouch, it’s up to you. SkyCouch upgrades are available on long-haul flights from all US gateways and all international travel destinations. For more information on a SkyCouch upgrade, contact the airline directly or visit their website.
In Flight Entertainment
Meals, Snacks, Drinks
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