Aur New Zealand is adding flights for the Cook Island quarantine-free travel bubble and from May 17 will operate flights 2-3 times weekly using its 787-9 fleet.
The airline expects to operate daily from July in time for the school holidays.
Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Greg Foran says it’s terrific to be opening the bubble between Rarotonga and New Zealand in both directions after four months of a one-way arrangement.
“Today’s announcement is a major milestone for both New Zealand, the Cook Islands and Air New Zealand.
“The Cook Islands hold a very special place for New Zealanders and Air New Zealand. read more ⇒