A Star Alliance Round the World fare is a practically unbeatable way for you to travel the globe.
It's excellent value and very flexible - and the reach of the Star Alliance network means that you can go just about anywhere.
Air New Zealand is proud to be a member of the Star Alliance network.
Wherever in the world you may be going, there are many benefits when you travel with Air New Zealand and other Star Alliance member airlines. You have the choice of over 21,900 daily flights to 1,329 destinations in 194 countries. That's a lot of travelling!
The Star Alliance Round the World Fare allows travel in one continuous direction. You may make anywhere from 3 up to 15 stops on your journey (limited to 5 with the Economy Class Round the World Special). You have a choice of fare levels, determined by the itinerary you create and the destinations you choose to visit.
The total distance travelled on your itinerary can range from between 26,000 miles right through to a maximum distance of up to 39,000 miles. Star Alliance Round the World Fares are available for travel in First, Business or Economy Class.
Visit the Star Alliance website to find out more about these Round the World fares.
See the full list of Star Alliance airlines.
Frequent Flyer benefits
As a member of any Star Alliance member airlines frequent flyer programme you can earn points and redeem awards on all Star Alliance member airlines.
Whichever Star Alliance airline you fly with, every flight* is eligible for earning Airpoints Dollars™, points or miles that count towards higher status in your chosen frequent flyer programme.
By travelling on Star Alliance member airlines, you'll reach Airpoints™ status levels sooner and enjoy the greater privileges available. Once you reach elite status with any Star Alliance member's frequent flyer programme you'll receive priority attention and privileges on all Star Alliance member airlines.
Not an Airpoints member yet? Joining is easy and you can apply online.
* Note while every flight is able to accrue Airpoints Dollars™ you must be booked in an accruable booking class on that airline.