It is not always possible for us to have our own Air New Zealand lounges at all our destinations, but with our extensive airline partnerships we have been able to source some great spots for you to relax in whilst waiting for your flight.
Access to our Partner Lounges is available from 3 hours prior to departure.
||Partner Lounge||Guest Limit
|Denpasar (available until 12 Oct 2014)
||PT JAS Lounge (located by Gates 4 & 5)||No Guest|
|Hong Kong||Thai Airways Lounge (including NZ4990, 4992 & 4994 operated by Cathay Pacific)
|Honolulu||JAL Sakura Lounge
|London-Heathrow Terminal 2
||Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
|Los Angeles - Tom Bradley International Terminal (from 3 December 2014)||Star Alliance Lounge
|Papeete||Faa'a Airport Lounge||1 Guest|
|Perth||Qantas Lounge||1 Guest|
|San Francisco||Singapore Airlines Lounge||1 Guest|
|Shanghai||Air China Lounge||No Guest|
|Singapore (from 6 January 2015)||SATS Lounge (Terminal 3)||1 Guest|
|Tokyo-Narita||ANA Lounge||No Guest|
|Vancouver||Air Canada Lounge||No Guest|
|Vila||Harry Bauer Lounge
On flights operated by Virgin Australia within Australia
||Guest limit for Koru members
Access is only available prior to the departure of your Air New Zealand operated and ticketed flight on the same day from the same terminal. Children may not be brought into our partner lounges in addition to the applicable guest allowance for each partner lounge.
Elite, Gold and Koru members can use the Virgin Australia domestic lounges when travelling on any domestic Virgin Australia flight. Simply show your boarding pass and your Elite, Gold or Koru membership card at the entrance.
Virgin Australia Domestic Lounges within Australia are located in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Gold Coast, Mackay, Perth and Cairns. The Gold Coast lounge is before immigration but can be used prior to both international and domestic flights.
*Darwin Lounge opening in March 2015.
See the Airpoints Terms and Conditions for full programme details.