Air New Zealand operates a global network of passenger and cargo services to, from and within New Zealand. Pre-COVID-19, the airline carried more than 17 million passengers a year and operated around 3,400 flights each week.
Air New Zealand's purpose is to 'Enrich our country by connecting New Zealanders to each other, and New Zealand to the world'.
The symbol that appears on the tail of our aircraft is known across te ao Māori as the Mangōpare or the hammerhead shark. The famous characteristics of the Mangōpare are strength, tenacity, and resilience. The symbol has also been referred to as the koru because of the two spiral shapes representing new life, renewal, and hope for the future.
“Special people, special company” embodies Mainfreight and its unique culture. We have developed a style of doing business successfully not only in New Zealand, but around the world.
We are an 8000+ strong global team, but ask our people and they’ll tell you it’s like being part of one big blue-blooded family. Our DNA is carved out of hard work, ingenuity and a deep care for one another.
Like any family, we challenge and nurture one another. We don’t always agree but we are loyal, committed and honest with each other.
Our wisdom of experience means that we can take the stress out of your relocation with our team of pet travel experts and their detailed knowledge of complex country entry requirements and government body protocols. We understand that a family relocation is a significant event, and we can offer a range of services and options that will make your pet’s relocation easier for you and your pet.