Travel within New Zealand
You currently do not need proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to fly domestically within New Zealand.
International travel requirements are different. Find out how to prepare for international travel.
If you're travelling within the next 24 hours:
If you feel sick, are awaiting a COVID-19 test result, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or are required to isolate, please do not travel.
Please arrive at the airport with plenty of time to complete check-in and bag drop.
Please note: face masks are a legal requirement for all passengers 12 years of age and older on all domestic flights in all traffic light levels.
Key things to do for travel within New Zealand
- Before you book and before you fly, check the New Zealand Government website for current travel advice.
- For passengers travelling to, from, or through ports with differing COVID-19 restrictions, the higher restrictions will apply for your journey. Please check the travel requirements for each destination.
- Make arrangements for isolation in case you need to safely self-isolate, or somewhere to stay if your plans change.
- If you no longer wish to travel, you can choose to cancel or change your flight depending on the fare type you purchased.
Keeping you safe while travelling
To reduce physical contact, we recommend checking-in online or via the Air NZ mobile app. Online check-in is available 24 hours before the departure of your flight. You can download the Air NZ mobile app here.