Airline review Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is the national airline and flag carrier of New Zealand. Air New Zealand was founded in 1940. Its main hub is Auckland Airport. Air New Zealand operates worldwide scheduled passenger services to more than 54 destinations and is currently the only airline to circumnavigate the world. Air New Zealand is one of the safest airlines in the world.

Air New Zealand is part of the alliance Star Alliance and operates an mixed fleet of Airbus, ATR and Boeing aircraft.

Air New Zealand offers 3 classes of service. Business class (Business Premier), Premium Economy and Economy Class (Pacific Economy). Business Class (Business Premier) featuring flatbed seats, with a personal LCD screen with audio video on demand (AVOD), USB and iPod connectivity.
Premium Economy Class (Pacific Premium Economy) is available only on the Boeing 747-400 and Boeing 777-200ER. All seats have more legroom than standard Economy Class.
Economy Class (Pacific Economy) is available on all aircraft and feature seats with a flexible edge seat base to provide more leg support when reclined. Each seat has its own AVOD entertainment system.

Our rating:
Advantages of Air New Zealand are the number of flights to destinations in the Pacific and New Zealand. The fleet is very well maintained. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online. Air New Zealand has introduced a gate-to-gate in-flight entertainment experience. Passengers can start their entertainment as soon as they board the plane.

Air New Zealand is an above average airline. A reliable airline Offering good service. It is also possible to book a Round-The-World ticket traveling via London and Los Angeles.

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