Win! A pair of premium economy tickets with Air New Zealand

Win! A pair of premium economy tickets with Air New Zealand

The mark of a great airline is when the flight experience blurs the boundaries between the 'getting there' and the destination itself. Air New Zealand manages to do that in masterful fashion, tis crew serving up the kind of Kiwi hospitality you can expect after you land in New Zealand itself, as well as a literal taste of the country through its menu inspired by seasonal local food and New Zealand's fine wines. 

In Air New Zealand's Premium Economy cabin, the in-flight experience is already a step up on the ordinary, with more generous legroom, a comprehensive in-flight entertainment service and the added extra of luxury amenity kits courtesy of Aotea, where you can pamper yourself with its skincare products, each one made using native New Zealand flora and taking inspiration from traditional Maori herbal practices.


You won't find typical flight food on Air New Zealand's routes. Their menus are packed with fresh, high-quality ingredients that are directly inspired by local flavours – with the tasty added extra of a modern Kiwi twist. New Zealand hapuka with smoked mussels, garlic salt crushed potatoes, steamed spinach is one of our favourites on the menu. The on-board wine list is also filled with vintages made by some of the country's most renowned winemakers, to help wash down the excellent cuisine.

After you land in Auckland, New Zealand is your oyster, whether it's exploring the Maori culture of Rotorua, the wine region of Hawke's Bay or the widescreen landscapes of the South Island. These are merely inspirational suggestions of where you could travel following your flight with Air New Zealand and, should you be lucky enough to win, where you travel is completely up to you. Good luck!

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How to enter

Air New Zealand is offering a pair of return premium economy tickets from the UK to Auckland (via Singapore). To enter, simply click the button below and follow the instructions.



When did Air New Zealand first begin flying under its current name? a) 1965 b) 1970 c) 1975

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