Air New Zealand destinations (September 2017) Air New Zealand and its subsidiaries serves 20 domestic destinations and 31 international destinations in nineteen countries and territories across Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania.
Services edit Air New Zealand Lounge edit Main article: Koru Lounge Air New Zealand Koru Lounge in Wellington Air New Zealand self check-in kiosks, Wellington The Air New Zealand Lounge is the name for Air New Zealand's network of airline lounges around the world.31 Subsidiaries edit Operations subsidiaries edit The following are operations subsidiaries of Air New Zealand Limited: Air New Zealand Cargo Air New Zealand has two wholly owned subsidiary regional airlines Air Nelson and Mount Cook Airline that serve secondary destinations in New Zealand.In 2002, Air New Zealand reconfigured its domestic operations under a low-cost airline business plan, and the New Zealand government weighed (and later refused) a proposal from Qantas to purchase a one-fifth stake in the carrier.20 This act was the only thing that spared Air New Zealand from also going into administration, without which it too would likely would have been grounded.Airpoints members receive Status Points for almost every Air New Zealand flight, as well as many other flights with its Star Alliance partners.Archived from the original on Retrieved "Air New Zealand and Tourism New Zealand enter into new 20 million partnership".Compete 4 Your Seat is the only cost free service that allows travel professionals to bid for your business.40 On, Air New Zealand embarked on a changeover to a new brand identity, involving a new Zambesi-designed uniform, new logo, new colour scheme and new look check-in counters hotel icon discount and lounges.Retrieved van den Bergh, Roeland.On flights before 9 am on A320 aircraft, muesli and muffins are offered, as well as morning newspapers, and on flights between 4:30 pm and 7:00 pm, beer and wine are offered to passengers (provided they are 18 years or over as well as Lemon Paeroa, cheese, crackers.Archived from the original on 31 December 2008.Air New Zealand's subsidiaries operate turboprop aircraft on regional domestic services.Tasman Empire Airways Limited (teal a company operating trans-Tasman flights between New Zealand and Australia.This was a source of contention within the airline group in which these employees were paid at a lower scale than their mainline counterparts.The new uniforms featured a colour palette mirroring the greenstone, teal, schist and slate hues of New Zealand; sea and sky (a Mori motif created by Derek Lardelli) fabric woven from merino wool ; and curves inspired by the airline's logo symbol, the koru.It's as easy as 1, 2,.200 were made redundant or resigned."Air NZ gets the keys to new plane".58 The mainline fleet consists of 60 aircraft: 30 Airbus A320 jet aircraft for domestic and short-haul international flights, nine Boeing 777-200ER, eight Boeing 777-300ER and 13 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner jet aircraft for long-haul flights.120,000 Bonus Qantas Points - ANZ Frequent Flyer Black Ad 120,000 bonus Qantas Points plus 75 bonus Qantas Status Credits if you book and travel on two new Qantas flights by 30 June, 2019.An Air New Zealand McDonnell Douglas DC-10 in 1977.
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The code-share will take effect in October 2018.
In 1989 the airline was privatised with a sale to a consortium headed by Brierley Investments Ltd.