Norfolk Island Airlines has become Auckland International Airport’s 30th commercial passenger airline partner.
The new weekly service is operated by Nauru Airlines for Norfolk Island Airlines, and re-establishes a direct connection between Auckland and the Pacific island which was lost when Air New Zealand ceased its service in May.
Scott Tasker, Auckland Airport’s acting general manager – aeronautical commercial, says that the addition of Norfolk Airlines as the airport’s milestone 30th airline – following hot on the heels of airline number 29, Sichuan Airlines, which commenced its Chengdu service last Tuesday
– highlights the breadth of travel opportunities now available through Auckland Airport.
Norfolk Island Airlines offers economy, premium economy and business class seats for the two-hour flight, which operates weekly, every Saturday, and also benefits from same-day connectivity to most New Zealand regional airports.