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Jetstar to resume flights in NZ


After a four-week suspension, Jetstar will return to New Zealand from 17 September - just in time for school holidays.

 


Masks will be mandatory on all services (as per government regulations), but the airline will be utilising middle seats. 

 

Jetstar will be operating about 60 percent of its pre-COVID schedule, resuming up to 75 flights on six domestic routes.

 

Jetstar Group chief executive Gareth Evans thanked customers for their patience over the past few weeks.

 

“The bounce back in demand following our previous suspension was really strong,” Evans said.

 

“We know Kiwis are excited about getting back in the air to visit loved ones or discover a new part of this incredible country.”

 

Jetstar’s Fly Well packs, which include masks and sanitising wipes, will be available at the gate and on board of all of its services.

 

Jetstar’s New Zealand current domestic schedule for September is:

  • Auckland to Christchurch (up to 21 weekly return flights)
  • Auckland to Dunedin (up to 7 return weekly flights)
  • Auckland to Wellington (Up to 14 return weekly flights)
  • Auckland to Queenstown (up to 21 return weekly flights)
  • Christchurch to Wellington (up to 7 return weekly flights)
  • Wellington to Queenstown (up to 7 return weekly flights)

 

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Published: 14 September 2020


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