Air New Zealand News
A star is born as Air New Zealand unveils new Star Alliance aircraft
Kiwis will see a new star in the sky over Aotearoa as Air New Zealand reveals its world-first Star Alliance livery.
Air New Zealand Brings Back 777S From Mojave Desert
After over 700 days of storage in the California desert, Air New Zealand has begun reviving the first of its Boeing 777-300s in preparation for its return to passenger service. This follows the February return of the airline’s first 777-300 to serve as a freight aircraft.
Air New Zealand unveils new cabins
Air New Zealand will offer a new Business Premier Luxe suite, a new Business Premier seat and the world’s first Skynest from 2024. The move comes in response to customer feedback on the importance of sleep and the need for more comfort and space.
IATA AGM 2022: Greg Foran, ceo, Air New Zealand
Join Air New Zealand for a Matariki journey
Air New Zealand is launching a mixed reality Matariki exhibition at Canterbury Museum, inviting attendees into the sky without leaving the room.
Air New Zealand appoints chief sustainability officer
Air New Zealand has appointed Kiri Hannifin to the newly created role of Chief Sustainability Officer, an executive position recognising the importance of sustainability across all aspects of the airline’s operations and increased focus on addressing its environmental impact.
Air New Zealand raises $1.2 billion as it concludes equity raise
Air New Zealand has announced it has completed its Rights Offer, raising a total of NZ$1.2 billion.
Air New Zealand to trial health passport on Sydney route
Air New Zealand chief digital officer, Jennifer Sepull, explained the goal is to enable customers to seamlessly manage their digital travel documentation throughout their travel experience.
Australia reopens borders to New Zealand travellers
Passengers on the first commercial flight between the two countries in seven months arrived at Sydney International Airport earlier today as a trans-Tasman travel bubble is launched.
Air New Zealand permanently cuts routes following Covid-19 grounding
Air New Zealand will not resume operation of its suspended Auckland-Buenos Aires and Los Angeles-London routes due to the deep impact of Covid-19 on forward travel demand.
Air New Zealand closes London base months early
There are currently 130 flight attendants at the base, but the decision has been taken to close early due to the impact of Covid-19 and travel restrictions imposed by governments around the world.
Air New Zealand pauses ticket sales, cuts flights
Air New Zealand is further reducing capacity across its network as a result of the impact of Covid-19 on travel demand. The airline placed itself into a trading halt today to allow it time to more fully assess the operational and financial impacts of global travel restrictions.