New Zealand government has announced suspension of travel bubble with Australia for at least eight weeks
Air New Zealand is bringing back long-haul routes it suspended in early 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic and is increasing frequencies on the few long-haul services it has been…
Well over half a million Kiwis are preparing to take to the skies this school holidays in what Air New Zealand is calling its busiest July break ever winter school holiday period
A significant time in the New Zealand cultural calendar marking the beginning of Māori New Year is here
Air New Zealand has extended its agreement with the Australian Government to operate flights between Norfolk Island and Australia from 30 August 2021 until the end of August 2023.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has hinted at expanding the trans-Tasman travel bubble to include other Pacific Islands after touching down in New Zealand for talks with his NZ counterpart…
New Zealand has now suspended quarantine-free travel with Australia’s Victoria state over a new coronavirus cluster this week
Following the detection of two COVID-19 cases in Sydney last Thursday, New Zealand decided to temporarily suspend quarantine-free travel.
As New Zealand’s temperatures drop, Air New Zealand is warming up its engines for more flights to Rarotonga
The much-hyped Australia-New Zealand travel bubble could pull the lever on a multi-billion-dollar jackpot for both countries.
There were big smiles under the masks last Friday, as Air New Zealand had their busiest day of flying since Covid-19 closed the borders.
An Auckland Airport worker who has tested positive for Covid-19 cleans planes from high-risk "red-zone countries", and had been fully vaccinated, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
Trans-Tasman bubble is officially open! Heartwarming reunion for New Zealand and Australian travellers
The Wellington Airport was filled with hugs and kisses as the first batch of travellers from neighbouring country Australia arrived after the Trans-Tasman bubble officially opened.
On Wednesday, Hannah Lee Pierson, 31, pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly behaviour disruptive conduct at a Christchurch court over the November 7, 2020, inflight incident.
Overseas travel could be off the cards for Australians even after Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out across the country.
Australians will be able to travel across the ditch without having to quarantine upon arrival or on their return to Australia.
PM Jacinta Ardern has told the press that more time is needed to set up the two-way travel bubble with Australia that has been bursting since October last year.