What does gold status on Air NZ mean?

05/08/2020 Off By admin

What does gold status on Air NZ mean?

Gold members have access to our frequent flyer seating located towards the front of the cabin on most Air New Zealand flights. These can be booked during the Seat Select process when booking online, by visiting My Bookings or by calling our contact centre.

What is Airpoints elite?

Elite Airpoints Dollars™ upgrades Where the applicable flight only offers two cabin classes, the upgrade will be applied to move from Economy to Business class. Elite members upgrade requests are able to be applied to a ticketed booking up to 355 days before scheduled flight time.

Can you gift Air NZ lounge passes?

Silver members receive two complimentary single-entry lounge eVouchers each membership year*. They can be used at all Air New Zealand owned lounges when departing on an Air New Zealand ticketed and operated flight. You can also gift one lounge eVoucher to a companion travelling with you on the same flight.

How many guests can you take into Koru lounge?

one guest
As a Koru member, as part of your benefits, you are welcome to bring one guest travelling with you into an Air New Zealand operated lounge prior to the departure of your Air New Zealand operated flight.

How do you get status points?

You’ll earn Status Credits mainly through flying, but you can also boost your balance by holding specific credit cards, pooling your points and doing grocery shopping. Note that your status level resets every 12 months, but the requirement for maintaining status is lower than reaching it in the first place.

Do Airpoints expire?

Airpoints Dollars have a four-year expiry, so you can save up to use them on the rewards you like. Take your pick from thousands of travel, wine, homeware or electronics products from the Airpoints Store. You can also use them when you’re booking travel with Air New Zealand: Flights and upgrades.

Is Frequent Flyer the same as Airpoints?

How are Status Points different from frequent flyer points? Frequent flyer points (e.g. Airpoints Dollars) are earned not only through flying but also by signing up to and spending on a credit card, shopping online and making purchases with retail partners.

Can I use lounge after flight?

Lounges are generally in the ‘departure’ area of the airport, which is often only accessible by departing passengers – at least for international arrivals, but even sometimes for domestic arrivals. If you can’t physically access the lounge then obviously you can’t use it.

How many guests can you take into Koru Lounge?

How early can you go to Koru Lounge?

A quick guide to our lounges Length of stay: If you are eligible for access, you can access Air New Zealand Domestic and Regional Lounges for up to four hours before flight departure. Partner Lounges are available for up to three hours before departure.

What’s the weight limit for Air New Zealand gold?

The additional bag allowance (1 piece up to 23kg) cannot be used to offset overweight or oversized bag charges. Find more about checked-in baggage. Carry-on bags: Gold members may take two pieces of carry-on baggage, with a combined total weight of 14kg with a maximum weight of either bag of up to 10kg.

Do you get extra baggage on Air New Zealand flights?

If checking in with another carrier, including when connecting to an Air New Zealand flight, the extra bag available to Elite Partner members may be charged as excess, refer to excess baggage charges. Overweight and oversized bag charges still apply to any checked baggage allowance.

When does Air New Zealand elite partner benefits apply?

Your Elite Partner benefits will only apply when you travel on an Air New Zealand operated and ticketed flights and on selected routes with our airline alliance partners, when you’re travelling without the Elite member. Please refer to each airline for further detail as benefits may vary; Air China, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines and United .

How are Status Points earned on Air New Zealand?

You will earn Status Points on eligible Air New Zealand flights and many Star Alliance and partner flights you take. To see how many Status Points your qualifying flight will earn, use our Airpoints calculator. You can check how many Status Points you have collected in the past 12 months by signing in to your Air New Zealand account.