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Air NZ and Etihad Airways approved to code share

Air New Zealand has received government approval to codeshare with Etihad Airways, the national airline for United Arab Emirates, a press release from the airline announced today.

A codeshare agreement is where two airlines agree to share the same flight.  The new agreement means Etihad Airways will code share on Air NZ's transtasman and domestic services, and Air NZ will code share on Etihad's services between Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Abu Dhabi, and between Abu Dhabi and Heathrow.

The code share will also integrate the airlines' loyalty programmes, Air NZ's Airpoints and Etihad's Guest.  This means customers can earn and spend on each other's flights.

The new services will be for sale from April 14 and for travel from April 18.

Air New Zealand code share on Etihad Airways
·       11 return flights per week between Sydney and Abu Dhabi
·       3 return flights per week between Brisbane and Abu Dhabi
·       7 return flights per week between Melbourne and Abu Dhabi
·       3 return flights per day between Abu Dhabi and London Heathrow
Etihad Airways code share on Air New Zealand
·       Domestic services between Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown
·       Trans-Tasman services between Sydney and Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Rotorua and Queenstown
·       Trans-Tasman services between Brisbane and Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington
·       Trans-Tasman services from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to Melbourne

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The good thing is this wont last long once Etihad loyal clients get a a taste of the shocking AirNZ stanards and service.
Only a matter of time now before Etihad follow that other brilliant airline Emirates across the ditch - and that will be better news than this!

Hopefully Air NZ will get some decent cocktails like I had on Etihad! Code share the VnC product please - a fabulous pleasure to be enjoyed on board a flight

Good news and no surprise as Virgin Blue already codeshare with Etihad

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