Air New Zealand destinations

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This is a list of destinations served by Air New Zealand. The airline serves 31 international destinations in 19 countries. For additional services see Air New Zealand Link companies Air Nelson and Mount Cook Airline.

List[edit]

Hub
Focus city
Seasonal
Charter
Future route
Country City IATA ICAO Airport Notes
Argentina Buenos Aires EZE SAEZ Ministro Pistarini International Airport [1]
Australia Adelaide ADL YPAD Adelaide Airport [2]
Australia Brisbane BNE YBBN Brisbane Airport [2]
Australia Cairns CNS YBCS Cairns Airport [2][3]
Australia Gold Coast OOL YBCG Gold Coast Airport [2]
Australia Melbourne MEL YMML Melbourne Airport [2]
Australia Norfolk Island NLK YSNF Norfolk Island Airport [2]
Australia Perth PER YPPH Perth Airport [2]
Australia Sunshine Coast MCY YBSU Sunshine Coast Airport [2]
Australia Sydney SYD YSSY Sydney Airport [2]
Canada Vancouver YVR CYVR Vancouver International Airport [2]
China Shanghai PVG ZSPD Shanghai Pudong International Airport [2]
Cook Islands Rarotonga RAR NCRG Rarotonga International Airport [2]
French Polynesia Papeete PPT NTAA Faa'a International Airport [2]
Fiji Nadi NAN NFFN Nadi International Airport [2]
Hong Kong Hong Kong HKG VHHH Hong Kong International Airport [2]
Indonesia Denpasar DPS WADD Ngurah Rai International Airport [2]
New Caledonia Noumea NOU NWWW La Tontouta International Airport [2]
New Zealand Auckland AKL NZAA Auckland International Airport [2]
New Zealand Christchurch CHC NZCH Christchurch International Airport [2]
New Zealand Dunedin DUD NZDN Dunedin International Airport [2]
New Zealand Queenstown ZQN NZQN Queenstown Airport [2]
New Zealand Wellington WLG NZWN Wellington International Airport [2]
Niue Alofi IUE NIUE Niue International Airport [2]
Japan Fukuoka FUK RJFF Fukuoka Airport [4]
Japan Hiroshima HIJ RJOA Hiroshima Airport [4]
Japan Matsuyama MYJ RJOM Matsuyama Airport [4]
Japan Nagoya NGO RJGG Chūbu Centrair International Airport [4]
Japan Okinawa OKA ROAH Naha Airport [4]
Japan Osaka KIX RJBB Kansai International Airport [5]
Japan Sendai SDJ RJSS Sendai Airport [4]
Japan Shizuoka FSZ RJNS Shizuoka Airport [4]
Japan Tokyo
begins 21 July 2017
HND RJTT Haneda Airport [6]
Japan Tokyo NRT RJAA Narita International Airport [2]
Samoa Apia APW NSFA Faleolo International Airport [2]
Singapore Singapore SIN WSSS Singapore Changi Airport [7]
Tonga Nukuʻalofa TBU NFTF Fuaʻamotu International Airport [2]
United Kingdom London LHR EGLL Heathrow Airport [2]
United States Honolulu HNL PHNL Honolulu International Airport [2]
United States Houston IAH KIAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport [8]
United States Los Angeles LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport [2]
United States San Francisco SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport [2]
Vanuatu Port Vila VLI NVVV Bauerfield International Airport [9]
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City SGN VVTS Tan Son Nhat International Airport [10]

Terminated destinations[edit]

Destinations formerly served by Air New Zealand[11] (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
Bangkok Thailand Don Mueang International Airport 30 October 1990 26 October 1997
Beijing People's Republic of China Beijing Capital International Airport 1 July 2008 30 June 2012[12] Now codeshare with Air China
Chatham Islands[13] New Zealand Chatham Islands / Tuuta Airport 1992 1995
Dallas[14] 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[13] New Zealand Greymouth Airport
Hobart Australia Hobart Airport 8 January 1983 1995[15]
Hong Kong Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport 3 March 1966 5 July 1998 Airport closed; flights moved to Chek Lap Kok Airport
Kaikohe New Zealand Kaikohe Aerodrome 1970
Kaitaia New Zealand Kaitaia Airport 28 April 2015
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport 11 February 1990 28 November 1993
London United Kingdom Gatwick Airport 25 August 1982 24 November 1994 Moved to Heathrow Airport
Masterton[13] New Zealand Masterton Airport 16 February 2009 5 February 2014
Milford Sound[13] New Zealand Milford Sound Airport 1970 1992
Motueka[13] New Zealand Motueka Aerodrome
Mount Cook[13] New Zealand Mount Cook Aerodrome 27 January 2012
Nagoya Japan Nagoya Komaki Airport 1 June 1991 16 February 2005 Moved to Chubu Centrair International Airport; now a charter route
Oamaru[13] New Zealand Oamaru Airport 28 February 1966 1 January 2010
Pago Pago American Samoa Pago Pago International Airport 4 December 1973 1 July 1979[15] Flights moved to Apia
Port Moresby Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Airport 3 November 1982 30 January 1985[15]
Seoul South Korea Gimpo International Airport 4 November 1993 31 December 1997 Suspended due to IMF crisis
Singapore Singapore Paya Lebar Airport 1966 1981 Airport closed to civilian traffic; moved to Changi Airport
Suva Fiji Nausori International Airport
Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport 3 August 1991 24 March 2006
Te Anau[13] New Zealand Manapouri Aerodrome
Townsville[citation needed] Australia Townsville Airport 1989 1993
Wanaka New Zealand Wanaka Airport 19 March 2004[16] 30 January 2013[17] Now a charter route for Warbirds Over Wanaka Airshow
Westport New Zealand Westport Airport 1 October 1947 28 April 2015
Whakatane New Zealand Whakatane Airport 28 April 2015
Whanganui New Zealand Whanganui Airport 1 November 1954 31 July 2016[18] Longest serving route (62 years)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Air New Zealand to Launch Buenos Aires Service from Dec 2015". Airlineroute.net. 25 March 2015. Retrieved 25 March 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Air New Zealand Route Maps". Air New Zealand Limited. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Air New Zealand Converts Auckland – Cairns to Seasonal Service in 2014". Airline Route. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 24 April 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Air New Zealand Charter Flights". Air New Zealand Limited. Retrieved 30 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "Air New Zealand Resumes Osaka Service from Nov 2016". airlineroute. Retrieved 1 April 2016. 
  6. ^ "Air New Zealand adds Tokyo Haneda service from July 2017". routesonline. Retrieved 21 December 2016. 
  7. ^ http://www.ausbt.com.au/air-new-zealand-flying-high-with-record-nz-262m-profit
  8. ^ http://www.voxy.co.nz/lifestyle/auckland-houston-sale-699-one-way/5/221608
  9. ^ "Vanuatu hails NZ workers scheme". PACNEWS. Retrieved 6 November 2016. 
  10. ^ "Air New Zealand to Start Seasonal Ho Chi Minh Service from June 2016". Airlineroute.net. 25 January 2016. Retrieved 25 January 2016. 
  11. ^ "History." Air New Zealand. Accessed 7 November 2008.
  12. ^ http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU1203/S01017/air-nz-cuts-beijing-services-to-concentrate-on-shanghai.htm
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h Air New Zealand Data Handbook 1998 (PDF)
  14. ^ "Flashback: Air New Zealand Texas Service in 1980s". Airlineroute.net. 23 April 2015. 
  15. ^ a b c http://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/assets/PDFs/history.pdf
  16. ^ "Air New Zealand's New Daily Service Touches Down in Wanaka". Air New Zealand. Retrieved 24 September 2015. 
  17. ^ "Eagle Air suspends flights to Wanaka". Voxy.co .nz. Retrieved 24 September 2015. 
  18. ^ Lowe, Steve. "Air New Zealand Routes changes". 3rd Level NZ. Retrieved 1 August 2016.