More than 75 years of milestones
Air New Zealand wouldn’t be the successful airline it is today if we weren’t constantly looking for new ways to move our business forward. Every decade has brought exciting new advances in technology and fresh challenges which we’ve faced with enthusiasm, professionalism and a good dose of Kiwi ingenuity.
A liberating place to work
Air New Zealand is more than just an airline. It’s a place where you’ll feel free to share your big ideas and little suggestions, because we value your insights and contribution to our business.
It’s also the reason why we’re a world leader in innovative products – like the Economy SkyCouch™ that creates a more comfortable space for families and couples travelling together. And the Airband™, a digital wristband for unaccompanied children that tracks them at key stages throughout their journey. These are just a couple of examples where we’ve listened to what our people had to say and turned their ideas into reality.
But we’re not stopping there. We’re an ambitious team – always finding ways to go further, fly higher. If that sounds exciting to you, then you could be just the person we need here at Air New Zealand.
Connecting people to the world
Air New Zealand operates more than 4,000 flights every week. We connect people to destinations in New Zealand and in Australia, the Pacific Islands, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Bali, Singapore, Canada, USA, South America and the United Kingdom.
Greeting people with a friendly Kia ora, making time for a chat, going above and beyond to make every journey a great experience from start to finish – that’s the Air New Zealand difference.
What our koru means to our people
The Koru is Air New Zealand’s iconic symbol. It reflects who we are and who we aspire to be.
With Māori origins, the overall form of the Koru is a pattern known as ‘mangōpare.’ This shape depicts the Hammerhead Shark, with its strength and determination. Mangōpare is tenacious, highly social and when faced with a challenge, it never quits.
An element of the mangōpare form is the koru, or new fern frond. The koru is a beautiful work of nature’s art and although it looks fragile, even in the most adverse situations it is able to regenerate.
Our koru encourages us to take pride in our heritage; to face each challenge with confidence and determination. It reminds us too of the people and land that make our home special and our responsibility to nurture and maintain these precious resources for our future generations.
Do you have what it takes?
Qualifications and experience are important, but that’s not all we look for when we decide who will join our team. Here are the qualities we value in our people.
|Customer Service Agent – Napier||Napier|
|Aircraft Engineer – Regional Maintenance||Auckland|
|Quality Assurance Engineer||Auckland|
|Digital Marketing Specialist||Los Angeles Regional Office|
|Senior Solutions Architect||Auckland|
|Cargo Airline Clerk – AKL||Auckland|
|Crew Planner – Crew Resourcing||Auckland|
|Commercial Partnerships Specialist||Auckland|
|Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer||Auckland|