Air New Zealand offers a flexible South Pacific Airpass valid on flights to dozens of locations in the Pacific islands, New Zealand, and Australia. The map shows some of the places where the pass can be used.

South Pacific Airpass
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The fare levels vary according to four domestic and four international zones, costing anywhere from NZ$99 to NZ$378 one way for a domestic flight within New Zealand or NZ$231 to NZ$855 one way for flights between Australia and New Zealand or to the Pacific islands.

Zone 1 flights within the Pacific islands include Auckland-Norfolk Island and Apia-Tonga, both costing NZ$231/378 supersaver/standard per hop. Within Zone 2 it costs NZ$399/483 to fly from Auckland to Fiji, Tonga, Noumea, or Port Vila. Zone 3 includes Auckland to Tahiti, Rarotonga, or Apia at NZ$557/672 per flight.

You must have arrived on Air New Zealand or another Star Alliance carrier. All fares are quoted here in New Zealand dollars and airport taxes and security levies are not included.

The South Pacific Airpass is an ideal way to add an extra destination or two to a trip. For example, travelers planning a trip to Australia or New Zealand can use it to visit the Pacific islands. Those already stopping on an island can use it to visit other islands and/or Australia/New Zealand.

The class of service determines the exact supersaver/standard fare, based on availability. The less expensive "supersaver" (or T Class) seats sell out first, then bookings must be at the slightly higher "standard" (or H Class) rates. For more information, call Air New Zealand at tel. 1-800/262-1234 in the U.S. or tel. 1-800/663-5494 in Canada.

Rules and Conditions


Valid on Air New Zealand operated aircraft only.
Valid for travel within New Zealand, between New Zealand and Australia, and to the Pacific Islands.

Flight Application:
Travel must be completed within three months.

Not available to residents of New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Tonga, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island, Samoa, the Cook Islands, and French Polynesia.
Must be sold in conjunction with a Star Alliance international ticket to the country from which the pass commences. Only one Airpass permitted per passenger.

Minimum/Maximum Coupon Requirement:
Minimum of three coupons must be purchased, up to a maximum of 10 coupons. Additional coupons may be purchased (up to the maximum amount) from any Air New Zealand office after arrival in the South Pacific.

Min/Max Stay:
No minimum stay.
Maximum stay is three months.

Children aged two to 11 years inclusive pay 75% of the adult fare. Infants under two years pay 10% of the adult fare.

Open dated sectors permitted on all but the first sector. Waitlisting is not permitted. Changes permitted without penalty provided routing is not changed.

Tickets must be issued outside of New Zealand, Australia or the Pacific Islands.
Must be cross referenced with the international ticket number.

Changes requiring re-validation are permitted. A service fee of NZ$60 will apply if re-issue is required.
Between zones:
Fare may be upgraded to another zone subject to payment of the airfare differential.
Within the zone:
The fare may be upgraded from Supersaver to Standard subject to availability.
If the booking class for Supersaver or Standard Airpass is not available, an upgrade is required to full economy or business class subject to availability and payment of the airfare differential. No refund applies to date changes where a lower class may be available.

Supersaver may be combined with Standard on the same ticket subject to the minimum coupon requirement.

No stopovers permitted enroute. The applicable Supersaver or Standard Airpass fare will be applied to each sector flown. Transfers to the next immediate connection are permitted.

Government taxes and fees are extra and must be added to the fare. Check with your travel agent.

Cancellation and Refunds:
Before the commencement of travel: After ticketing a NZ$75 fee applies.

After commencement of travel:
1) If the minimum coupon requirement has not been used, the refund (if any) is the difference between the fare paid and the normal one way fare for the sector traveled.
2) Where the minimum coupon requirement has been used, any unused coupons may be refunded in full from the issuing office.