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Air New Zealand

About: Air New Zealand is the international and domestic airline for New Zealand, transporting passengers to 21 destinations within New Zealand and 30 destinations worldwide. With its main hub in Auckland, the airline averages over 3,400 flights each week, and flies over 17 million passengers each year.

Below you can read more about the different traveller services Air New Zealand has to offer including their frequent flyer program, airport lounges and some other helpful information.

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Alliance: Star Alliance

Frequent Flyer Program: Airpoints is Air New Zealand’s frequent-flyer program. Members earn Airpoints Dollars to redeem against any fare on Air New Zealand ticketed and operated flights. There are three tiers, Silver, Gold and Gold Elite.

Lounges: Air New Zealand offers three international lounges at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch airports, as well as four locations in Australia and two in the Pacific Islands. Also, it has 14 regional and domestic lounges in New Zealand, and several at select destinations around the globe. Lounges are one of the travel perks included through the airline’s Koru membership program. The airline also has partner and Star Alliance agreements in place, ensuring passengers can access other airlines’ lounges. Costs and space availability may apply.

Flight Delay Plan: Air New Zealand offers a range of options for passengers experiencing disrupted flights.

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