Air New Zealand champions and promotes New Zealand; its people, culture and communities at home and overseas
Whether we’re getting behind New Zealand talent, wine makers or inspiring youth, we want to showcase the very best of New Zealand to the world.
Through our sponsorship and community partners Air New Zealand is committed to a purpose that’s bigger than just our airline; that is to supercharge New Zealand’s success socially, environmentally and economically.
We do this by enhancing New Zealand’s natural environment through investment in biodiversity conservation, for our people by inspiring young New Zealanders and sharing world class knowledge and for our economy by promoting iconic destinations, events, people and world class New Zealand.
- Supercharge New Zealand’s success
- Communicate our brand values and attributes to our target audience
- Showcase our world class product & service
- Increase awareness of New Zealand as a visitor destination
- Engage and delight those who travel
- Connect with Air New Zealand employees
- Generate revenue for Air New Zealand
To submit a sponsorship request, please fill out the online form
For philanthropic requests, please email Public Affairs.
Department of Conservation
As a major partner of Department of Conservation (DOC) we help to preserve and protect New Zealand’s natural environment, while also promoting some of our country’s most iconic visitor sites.
Air New Zealand Wine Awards
For more than quarter of a century Air New Zealand has made a significant contribution to the domestic wine industry as the naming sponsor of the prestigious Air New Zealand Wine Awards.
Airpoints™ for Schools
Air New Zealand’s new Airpoints™ for Schools programme will enable Airpoints members to support communities throughout New Zealand by donating Airpoints Dollars™ to selected schools to help with their travel needs. It’s an exciting new programme that will inspire teachers and students nationwide.
The Attitude Awards
Air New Zealand has sponsored the Attitude Awards for a number of years which is a national event that acknowledges the hundreds of thousands of Kiwis who live with disability every day. Our support provides the travel component for the prize winners who are recognised annually for their achievements and successes which hopefully inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
Antarctica New Zealand
Partnering with Antarctica New Zealand and the New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute, Air New Zealand is playing a pivotal role to enable scientists to better understand one of the world most unique environments.
World of Wearable Arts
World of Wearable Arts (WOW) now attracts entries from artists and designers across New Zealand and around the world. As an event partner, Air New Zealand is proud to nurture our country’s innovative and creative talent.
For more than 30 years Air New Zealand has partnered with Koru Care 4 NZ, providing flights for close to 2000 children between the ages of 7 to 15 with serious and often ongoing medical conditions to experience amazing destinations like Disneyland in California or Dreamworld in the Gold Coast. These once in a lifetime trips allow the kids to enjoy themselves as all children should. Air New Zealand staff also take part to help chaperone and make the overseas trips memorable for every child from the moment they arrive at the airport. Koru Care 4 NZ is made up of four branches throughout New Zealand.
New Zealand Rugby
As the airline partner of the current World Champion All Blacks rugby team, we’re proud to fly our team to take on the world.
We work with a number of iconic New Zealanders who embody the world class culture and performance Air New Zealand has become renowned for. These sponsored individuals are: Mahe Drysdale, Sophie Pascoe, Lisa Carrington, Jossi Wells, Valerie Adams, Richie McCaw, Eric Murray & Hamish Bond.
Air New Zealand has supported the Starship Foundation for over 10 years in a variety of ways including donations and staff volunteering their time for Christmas activities or to visit the wards. Our support goes towards the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Starship which is a regional and national service for children requiring intensive care. As a charitable organisation, the Starship Foundation exists through the generosity of the New Zealand public and organisations to remain at the forefront of paediatric care.