To manage your booking you will need to enter your family name and Air New Zealand booking reference.
Your booking reference can be found on your ticket, and has six letters and/or numbers the last of which is always "H". If your booking was made through another website or travel agent, the booking reference may be described as Airline Ref or Record Locator.
You can select seats or view and change existing seat selections online. Seat Select is available on all Air New Zealand operated flights.
Struggling to fit everything in? Add prepaid Extra Bags on top of the baggage allowance included with your fare and save on the excess baggage charges at the airport.
Providing your flights are operated by Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia, you may have the chance to add Extra Bags. You can purchase a maximum of three Extra Bags, including the baggage allowance included with your fare and any frequent flyer benefits. If your fare does not include a baggage allowance, you’ll need to upgrade to a fare that includes a baggage allowance before purchasing Extra Bags.
Prepaid baggage may not be available on all flights.
Our Tasman and Island fares give you plenty of choice and if you're looking for something extra, you can choose to upgrade your chosen product. For example if you had booked Seat+Bag and then wanted to add a meal and access to movies on the flight, you can upgrade to The Works or Works Deluxe.
If there's more than one passenger on the booking you can also mix our Tasman and Pacific products between you and still be seated together.
When upgrading to Works Deluxe, all members on the booking must upgrade to Works Deluxe.
If you’re flying Economy on a 777-300 long haul international service, you can choose to upgrade to Skycouch™. The Skycouch is a row of three Economy seats that together create a flexible space to stretch out in. It’s like having your very own couch on the plane.
Changing and cancelling your booking is subject to the fare rules for your booking.
If you cannot change or cancel your booking online, please contact us. Note that service fees will apply for changes made via the Air New Zealand Contact Centre.
Under the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Secure Flight program, Air New Zealand is required to collect Secure Flight Passenger Data which includes a passenger's full name (as it appears on government-issued identification), date of birth, gender, and TSA issued Redress Number (if available).
The purpose of the Secure Flight program is to enhance the security of air travel through the use of improved watch list matching to identify known and suspected terrorists.
If you did not enter your passport details (and Secure Flight data) as part of your booking you can add your passport details to your booking in manage booking.