Topics :: Air New Zealand
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By Nick Perry | Monday Aug 19, 2013
When Lynley Bendall and Ally Wanikau walked down the aisle to exchange vows Monday, the fasten-seatbelt signs were off.The couple celebrated the legalization of gay marriage in New Zealand by getting hitched in a plane at 39,000 feet
Monday Nov 7, 2011
Influential travel authority Lonely Planet has chosen New Zealand’s Southern Lakes region, including popular lakeside resort Queenstown as one of the world’s Top 10 Regions to visit in 2012.
By DENNIS PASSA | Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
Stewart Island is just 67 square miles in size, about the same geographically as Singapore. But Singapore has a population of 5 million. Stewart Island has only 300 to 400 year-round residents.
Saturday May 21, 2011
How does one make the most of getting stuck in an airport? TheDailyMeal.com shares their views on the eight greatest airport lounges around the world.
Sunday Apr 10, 2011
Air New Zealand’s safety ambassador for its new inflight safety video is US fitness legend Richard Simmons. As of March 2011, Simmons will be putting Air New Zealand customers through their paces, as he takes them through the airline’s safety briefing.
Friday May 21, 2010
In February 2008, an Air New Zealand Boeing 777 was specially outfitted for a transoceanic voyage to Sydney’s famed Gay Pride Mardi Gras, complete with drag queens, boas, and club music. KPIX’s Don Knapp reports.
By Jason Salzenstein | Friday Jul 17, 2009
Air New Zealand has made it possible for travelers to Experience London like a local with their new iPhone app. London. Spot-On is a free download to help travelers find the top local spots "for a purchase or a pint." Read more...
By Jason Salzenstein | Monday Jun 8, 2009
EDGE Senior Editor Jason Salzenstein recently went down under to check out -and report back on- New Zealand and Australia. Knowing that EDGE readers would rarely fly 14-hours in coach, Jason flew down in Air New Zealand’s Business Premier cabin- and will be forever spoiled because of it. Is Air New Zealand really good enough for him to be singing their praises weeks after returning? Given the fact that he’s normally under-impressed by most things today and since returning has become the airline’s (unofficial) spokesgay, they must be doing something right. Read more to find out what that is...
By Jason Salzenstein | Tuesday May 26, 2009
Although Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein loved his recent experiences on Air New Zealand flights, he didn’t experience quite the excitement or attention that the airline’s recent ads have been drumming up. Will your next Air New Zealand flight crew be au natural on your next trip ’down under’? Read on to find out...
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