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Air New Zealand (ANZ) has announced it will begin offering free domestic tickets to its business passengers from JFK International Airport (JFK) on Tuesday.
The airline will begin selling the tickets on Monday for the first time as the airline’s last commercial aircraft.
ANZ is the first commercial airline to offer free domestic ticket from JFK for the last of the airline business jets.
The company will launch a ticket for customers to JFK from 10am on Monday, the airline said.
Air New Zealand will sell free domestic flight tickets to commercial and business customers on Monday from 10:30am, with free domestic flights on the first day of the new service.
The company will offer tickets on Mondays from 10 am and will offer free ticket to travellers on all days on the second day of its business flights from 10pm to 11pm.
Passengers flying from JFK will be able to buy a ticket at least two weeks before their scheduled flight.
The carrier has been offering free flights from JFK since it was launched in 2010, but it had been a one-off.
Passenger fares have been slashed in recent years, but many of the flights were not for business travellers.
The first flight, from JFK to Auckland, in 2018, cost NZ$8.65 for one-way, one-seat tickets.
Passport holders travelling from Auckland to Auckland will be offered free domestic and commercial fares from 10.30am on the new day.
The new flight from JFK on Monday will be for passengers flying from Auckland on the New Year’s Eve to New York on Monday.
Passports are required to fly between Auckland and Auckland and from New York to New Jersey, New York City, New Jersey and New York.
Passes between Auckland, Auckland and New Zealand are now cheaper than travelling on the mainland.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, the capital of New Zealand, was born in 1858.
Auckland was the capital and the administrative centre of New South Wales until it was sold to New South Welsh in the mid-1800s.
Passporting is compulsory for all passengers flying to Auckland and other regional New Zealand cities, and for business and other travellers.
Passing a criminal record is a criminal offence in New Zealand and is punishable by up to two years in jail.
The service will be free for passengers.
The announcement follows the announcement of an international partnership with the Auckland Airport Authority and Newshub on Tuesday that will see commercial flights to Auckland from JFK and Wellington International Airport.
The partnership will see flights to Wellington from JFK between 9am and 6pm on Monday and from Wellington to Auckland between 6am and 10am, according to the Newshablog.NZair will offer a domestic flight from Auckland from 10,000m from the Wellington CBD to Wellington.
The Auckland Airport is the busiest commercial airport in New England and has more than 500 flights a day.