Air NZ keeps masks on planes, brings back food and drink

Staff reporters
Tue, 22 Sep 2020

Air New Zealand says passengers will need to keep wearing masks while Auckland remains at alert level 2.The airline said it was continuing to take extra precautions to keep customers and its staff safe. People could bring their own masks or they would be available before boarding, it said.Air NZ employees at the departure gate and domestic cabin crew will also continue to wear masks.It will also bringing back food and beverage services on all domestic flights from Sept. 24.Access to its Auckland lounges remains capped at 100.

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