Air New Zealand


IATA Code:


NZ


ICAO Code:


ANZ


Headquarters:

New Zealand

Hubs:

Auckland (AKL)

Average Seat Pitch Economy:

30-35 inch

Seat Pitch Air New Zealand (Economy Class)

Economy Class

Aircraft type Seat Pitch inch Seat Pitch cm IFE* Laptop power Internet
Airbus A32030-3376.2-84AVOD--
Airbus A320 Domestic30-3476.2-86.4AVOD--
ATR 72-5003179---
Beech 1900D3179---
Boeing 737-3003076TV Overhead--
Boeing 747-40032-3481-86.4AVOD 8.4 inch--
Boeing 767-300ER31-3581-89AVOD 9 inch--
Boeing 777-200ER31-3379-84AVOD 8.4 inch--
Boeing 777-300ER32-3381-84AVOD 10.6 inchAC Power, USB-
Boeing 787-90031-3379-84AVOD 9 inch HDAll seats-
Dash 8-3003281---

Air New Zealand information :


Air New Zealand is the national airline and flag carrier of New Zealand. The airline operates scheduled passenger flights to 27 domestic and 29 international destinations in 15 countries across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania from New Zealand. It was the last airline to circumnavigate the world because of its Heathrow - Los Angeles - Auckland and Auckland - Hong Kong - Heathrow flights, which ended on March 2013 when Air New Zealand stopped Hong Kong - London flights. Air New Zealand is a member of the Star Alliance.Air New Zealand's main hub is Auckland Airport. Secondary hubs are Wellington International Airport and Christchurch International Airport. Air New Zealand was founded in 1940.
Air New Zealand currently operates an international long-haul fleet consisting of Boeing 777, 767 and 747 aircraft. The airline is the launch customer for the Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner. Air New Zealand uses Airbus A320 aircraft on short-haul international routes and on domestic routes alongside Boeing 737-300 airliners. Air New Zealand's regional subsidiaries, Air Nelson, Eagle Airways, and Mount Cook Airline, operate additional short-haul New Zealand domestic services using turboprop aircraft.

The Air New Zealand fleet includes the following aircraft: Airbus A320-200, Boeing 737-300, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 767-300ER, Boeing 777-200ER and Boeing 777-300ER.
* IFE : In-Flight Entertainment. Many airlines equip their aircraft with a complete in-flight entertainment system. You have the possibility to choose the movie you want to see or music you want to listen during the flight. In addition, several airlines also provide the possibility to play video games through their in-flight entertainment system and some airlines it is possible to play with - and against - other passengers. Some airlines offer iPads or tablets and portable entertainment systems during the flight. This is offered mostly in Business Class or Premium Economy. On several charter airlines and low-cost airlines you can rent an entertainment system.

* AVOD stands for Audio Video On Demand. This makes it possible to choose from a selection of movies, TV programs, video games and music.

* BYOD, Bring Your Own Device. You can bring your own tablet and the airline will stream content such as videos to your device.

* Tablet , as part of the in-flight entertainment more airlines are providing a tablet such as an iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab during flight.