Masks will not be required on any Air New Zealand operated flights from 13 September 2022 following the Government’s announcement that face masks will not be required on inbound worldwide or home flights. Masks should be required on some outbound worldwide flights relying on the person jurisdiction the flight is arriving in.
Air New Zealand’s chief buyer and gross sales Leanne Geraghty says prospects will nonetheless be welcome to put on their very own face masks if they need and the airline will proceed to make masks out there. “Masks have performed an essential half in preserving prospects, crew and communities protected throughout the Covid pandemic, nevertheless it’s time to say farewell.
“While some prospects and workers will welcome this information, it doesn’t imply masks are disappearing eternally. We actually encourage prospects to proceed to do what makes them comfy, which is similar message we’re sharing with our workers.
“I want to make a special call out to our frontline staff who have smiled behind masks during a difficult period, often wearing masks for hours on end. They’ve helped keep customers and our communities safe, and we’re looking forward to seeing their smiling faces again.” Air New Zealand can also be reminding prospects to decide into credit score till 30 September ought to they need to not journey following the change.