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  •   Home > News > Education

    Air New Zealand's ramping up its domestic schedule for the school holidays - to almost 90 percent of pre-Covid-19 levels

    Air New Zealand's ramping up its domestic schedule for the school holidays - to almost 90 percent of pre-Covid-19 levels

    The airline's added capacity to the majority of its routes in the two week holiday period, which starts on Saturday.

    Air New Zealand's Scott Carr says they're operating a thousand extra one way flights these school holidays, compared with the July break.

    He says they're offering even more capacity on Queenstown routes compared with the same time last year - with more than 73-thousand seats available in and out of Queenstown.

    Air New Zealand is requiring passengers to wear face coverings on all domestic flights while Auckland is at Alert Level Two.

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