International travel requirements

International travel has changed. There are extra steps to take before you fly to your destination and before your return journey. You can get prepared and find the updated requirements for your trip here.
Last updated 24 January 2022, 10:30am

Key things to do for international travel during COVID-19

Research current travel requirements

Use this tool to understand the travel requirements for your destination, transit points and return journey. Please check the travel regulations carefully before you travel to understand the visa, entry, testing and quarantine requirements for each person you are booking to fly.

This information reflects current requirements which may change at short notice and therefore the information contained herein is guidance only.

Please also note that airline vaccine requirements are not included. You should independently check all relevant travel, health and entry requirements before you travel.

Visit our Travel Alerts page for travel updates and news about travel restrictions. 


Travel requirements for your destination


Keeping you safe while travelling

Physical distancing - Physical distancing is required at the airport and while boarding. Each airport may have different rules so we ask you to follow all crew instructions.

Wearing face coverings - All passengers are required to wear a face-covering before reaching their boarding gate and on our flights. You are welcome to wear your own face-covering. We will also have masks available.

Cleanliness - High touch surfaces are cleaned regularly, and we take extra steps to ensure all our aircraft, lounges and airports are frequently cleaned. Hand sanitiser is readily available.


International travel requirements FAQs

Can my children travel as unaccompanied minors?

Can I travel to or from New Zealand with my pet?

Do I need to be vaccinated to travel internationally?

What if I want to travel but postpone to a later date?

Will all your Lounges be open?