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Air New Zealand (NZ) seat maps

Air New Zealand was founded on April 26, 1940, and began operations on April 1, 1965. The company is headquartered in Wynyard Quarter, Auckland City, New Zealand. Air New Zealand's main hubs are Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington. The company is also based in Queenstown, Sydney. Air New Zealand is the largest airline of New Zealand and the country's national airline. The airline offers regular flights between 20 points within New Zealand. The company also operates international flights on 31 routes. International flights are serviced to 19 countries in Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania.

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Check in rules

Twenty-four hours before the Air New Zealand scheduled departure, the passenger is notified via e-mail or app that he or she can check in online. Online check-in closes 30 minutes before your flight's departure time. Check-in is also available at the airport: check-in kiosks or Air New Zealand check-in counters.

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Each Air New Zealand checked bag may weigh up to 23 kg (50 pounds) before fees. If your bag weighs more than this: You can buy prepaid extra baggage to add another checked bag and repackage it, or pay additional airport fees for bags weighing up to 32 kg. The size of the bag is calculated by measuring its length, width and height and adding them together. The total length of each checked baggage item may be up to 158 cm. The size of the carry-on bag is calculated by measuring the length, width and height of the bag (including any wheels and folded handles) and then adding the three measurements together. The total length can be up to 118 cm (46.5 inches).

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Unaccompanied minors

Children between the ages of 5 and 11 may travel alone if they meet the Air New Zealand conditions for unaccompanied minors. Children from 12 to 16 years old may travel alone, unaccompanied. The option of a child seat is not available for unaccompanied minors.

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An infant must be accompanied by a guardian over the age of 15, except on Air New Zealand flights to and from Canada, when the adult must be over the age of 16. On all Air New Zealand flights, infants sit on an adult's lap, not in a seat. There may only be one infant sitting on the lap. If one adult is traveling with two infants, you must purchase a child fare next to the aisle and seat the second infant. Children over two years of age have a separate seat on board the flight. Children 12 years of age and older pay the adult fare.

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Pets, cats, dogs (except those transported for profit, such as greyhounds) and small birds in cages may be carried as checked baggage on all domestic Air New Zealand flights. You may transport: up to 3 animals under 6 months of age from one litter weighing not more than 14 kg each, up to 2 adult animals of comparable size not exceeding 14 kg each, that are used to cohabitation, only 1 animal if it exceeds 14 kg

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