Air New Zealand destinations
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- ^a Rotorua is only served by Air New Zealand itself internationally. Subsidiaries Air Nelson, Eagle Airways, and Mount Cook Airlines serve Rotorua domestically.
Destinations formerly served by Air New Zealand (excluding those served by its predecessors, TEAL and National Airways Corporation). It also does not include destinations which were previously served by Air New Zealand, but are now served solely by its subsidiaries.
|Destination||Country/territory||Airport||First flight||Last flight||Notes|
|Aitutaki||Cook Islands||Aitutaki Airport||September 1970||1973||Ceased when Rarotonga opened|
|Bangkok||Thailand||Don Mueang Airport||30 October 1990||26 October 1997||Now codeshare with Thai Airways|
|Beijing||People's Republic of China||Beijing Capital International Airport||1 July 2008||30 June 2012||Now codeshare with Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong)|
|Chatham Islands||New Zealand||Chatham Islands / Tuuta Airport||1992||1995|
|Dallas||United States||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport||28 October 1987||22 March 1989|
|Frankfurt||Germany||Frankfurt Airport||30 October 1987||2001|
|Fukuoka||Japan||Fukuoka Airport||30 October 1995||Now a charter route|
|Greymouth||New Zealand||Greymouth Airport|
|Hobart||Australia||Hobart Airport||8 January 1983||1995|
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong||Kai Tak Airport||3 March 1966||5 July 1998||Airport closed; flights moved to Chep Lap Kok Airport|
|Kaikohe||New Zealand||Kaikohe Aerodrome||1970|
|Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||Subang Airport||11 February 1990||28 November 1993|
|London||United Kingdom||Gatwick Airport||25 August 1982||24 November 1994||Moved to London Heathrow|
|Manila||Philippines||Ninoy Aquino International Airport||1966||1973||Dropped when DC-10s could reach Hong Kong non-stop|
|Masterton||New Zealand||Masterton Airport||16 February 2009||5 February 2014|
|Milford Sound||New Zealand||Milford Sound Airport||1970||1992|
|Motueka||New Zealand||Motueka Aerodrome|
|Mount Cook||New Zealand||Mount Cook Aerodrome||27 January 2012|
|Nagoya||Japan||Nagoya Airfield||1 June 1991||Now charter route|
|Oamaru||New Zealand||Oamaru Airport||28 February 1966||1 January 2010|
|Osaka||Japan||Kansai International Airport||1 October 2013||Now charter route|
|Pago Pago||American Samoa||Pago Pago International Airport||4 December 1973||1 July 1979||Flights moved to Apia|
|Port Moresby||Papua New Guinea||Port Moresby Airport||3 November 1982||30 January 1985|
|Seoul||Korea||Gimpo International Airport||4 November 1993||31 December 1997|
|Singapore||Singapore||Paya Lebar Airport||1966||1981||Airport closed to civilian traffic; moved to Changi Airport|
|Suva||Fiji||Nausori International Airport|
|Taipei||Taiwan||Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport||3 August 1991||24 March 2006|
|Takaka||New Zealand||Takaka Aerodrome|
|Te Anau||New Zealand||Manapouri Aerodrome|
|Wanaka||New Zealand||Wanaka Airport||19 March 2004||30 January 2013||Now a charter route for Warbirds Over Wanaka Airshow|
- "Air New Zealand Route Maps". Air New Zealand Limited. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
- "Air New Zealand Converts Auckland – Cairns to Seasonal Service in 2014". Airline Route. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 24 April 2014.
- "Air New Zealand Charter Flights". Air New Zealand Limited. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
- "History." Air New Zealand. Accessed 7 November 2008.
- Air New Zealand Data Handbook 1998 (PDF)