International travel options
Travel requirements and restrictions
It's essential you understand the local requirements of where your trip begins, where you transit, and where it ends. These may include:
- Pre-travel testing
- Pre-travel quarantine
- Supplying passport details
- Declaration forms
- Arranging quarantine at your final destination
These requirements may change before you travel, so be sure to check regularly.
Use the resources below to make sure you are fully informed ahead of your journey:
- Star Alliance Country Information - The latest travel regulations for your destination and transit countries.
- International Air Transport Association (IATA) - The latest travel regulations for your destination and transit countries.
- World Health Organization (WHO) - Official global health advice related to COVID-19.
- Advice for New Zealanders living overseas
Travel to New Zealand
Travel to Australia
Travel to the USA
Travel to Canada
Travel to China
Travel to Hong Kong
Travel to Korea
Changes to the travel experience
More than ever, we're focussed on the health and safety of our people and passengers.
We're therefore making temporary changes to our service offering on the ground and in the air.
Where possible we will allocate additional space between customers onboard and will do our best to keep families and travelling companions together.
Please follow all crew instructions when onboard our aircraft and be mindful that every airport will have rules set by local authorities that you'll need to comply with.
We have paused parts of our service which increase interactions between crew and customers, such as offering hot towels or pre-takeoff drinks from a tray.
Our businesspremier™ menu has been simplified and is now delivered on a single service tray.
We will continue to provide special meals. Please request them when you book, as normal.
Wearing face coverings
All passengers are required to wear a face-covering prior to reaching the boarding gate and on all Air New Zealand operated flights. Passengers are welcome to wear their own face-covering and we will continue to make masks available.
Cleanliness in the air and on the ground
We are taking extra steps to ensure all our aircraft, lounges, and airports are frequently cleaned. We are regularly cleaning our aircraft with antiviral products, approved for use by aircraft manufacturers and by the World Health Organisation. If you are travelling on an Air New Zealand operated flight inbound to New Zealand the crew on these flights will have a number of supplies onboard to provide customers on request, such as surgical masks and hand sanitiser.