Discover a Better Way to Fly

Air New Zealand, is bringing its inflight experience to Soho this April. The airline's first ever pop-up event will showcase the best of Air New Zealand's on-board highlights with a 'try before you fly' offer.

This Is How We Fly is an immersive experience spread over two floors. Once checked in and on-board, passengers will be taken on a journey, a chance to experience Air New Zealand without ever leaving the ground. Offering the finest food, inspired by the airline's on-board menus designed by Peter Gordon and fellow Kiwi chef Michael Meredith, world-class New Zealand wines, the innovative Economy Skycouch™, Premium Economy and Business Premier seats, all topped off with some refreshing kiwi hospitality. Plus a chance to win flights to Los Angeles and New Zealand!

Air New Zealand believes that flying to Los Angeles or New Zealand should be something that should be enjoyed not endured, so come along and see why Air New Zealand is a better way to fly.

Get on-board at Unit London Gallery, 147 Wardour Street, London, W1F 8WD.

(Nearest tube stations include Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, and Leicester Square)

Our plane doors will be open:

  • Tuesday 25 April, 9am – 5pm
  • Wednesday 26 April, 9am – 8pm

Entry is free, however during busy periods entry will be on a first come first served basis. At busy times passengers may need to queue.

Dogtown & Z-Boys Screening - Wednesday 26th, 5pm – 8pm

Over 18's only

Head down to This Is How We Fly for an exclusive screening of Dogtown & Z-Boys from the Visit California OUTSet film festival. Set in LA, this documentary gives the audience an authentic glimpse into the skateboarding counter culture the city has become renowned for. Hosted by Visit California, cinema goers will be treated to a complimentary California inspired menu including craft beer and snacks.

Dogtown & Z-Boys

Featuring Sean Penn, the film follows the evolution of modern skateboarding through it's 70s heyday, its decline during the 80s, and its eventual (and highly lucrative) return in the 90s.