Air New Zealand Limited is the flag carrier airline of New Zealand.Based in Auckland, the airline operates scheduled passenger flights to 20 domestic and 32 international destinations in 20 countries, primarily around and within the Pacific Rim. The airline has been a member of the Star Alliance since 1999. Air New Zealand originated in 1940 as Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL), a company.
Air New Zealand is warning the public not to respond to an online scam which claims to be giving out free flights. Air NZ warns of free flight scam Reports of hands and feet photo scam growing.
Air New Zealand has warned customers not to participate in a Facebook scam offering free flights. The message, which circulated online on Sunday, asks Facebook users to take part in a short survey.
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The major airlines that provide flights to New Zealand are British Airways, Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines. Due to the duration of flights to New Zealand you’ll find it difficult to find cheap flight tickets and it’s also worth making sure you’re with a comfortable airline.
Promising something too good to be true, like free flights for sharing a post or completing a survey; Just not looking or sounding like Air New Zealand. We will never ask for your password, bank account or payment details in an email. What to do if you see a suspicious message claiming to be from Air New Zealand.
Air New Zealand has a very generous six inch seat recline which as the passenger in the reclined seat is extremely comfortable but it’s not so pleasant when you are sitting behind the seat. Wanting to abide by the unspoken rule of an evening flight I kept my seat upright and endured a good 90 minutes of no personal space while the gentleman in front had a great old relax and snore!
Air New Zealand is warning the public not to respond to an online scam which claims to be giving out free flights. A website, bearing the airline’s logo, is being shared online, asking people to fill out a survey in exchange for two free tickets.