Enjoy hours of entertainment with the latest blockbuster films, music, multi-player games, snacks and much more all from the comfort of your seat. Start your on-demand entertainment system the moment you take your seat with our gate-to-gate entertainment.*
We've temporarily changed our inflight services to support physical distancing following the impact of COVID-19. Find out about this change and other COVID-19 updates.
When you fly with Air New Zealand you'll have personal on-demand entertainment screens in each seat back. We offer gate-to-gate inflight entertainment, meaning most passengers can start using their entertainment system as soon as they are on board, right through to when the plane lands. Our range of entertainment options include Hollywood blockbusters, arthouse films, comedies, and classics, as well as a full selection of TV series, documentaries, and quick-view options.
New Zealand domestic flights
Passengers receive a free "KiaOra" magazine, a monthly publication covering travel, sport, business and lifestyle, on all domestic flights. An inflight quiz is also available through the entertainment system on domestic jet services.
You can bring on board your own entertainment such as books, magazines, portable video or gaming devices. Just make sure they meet our safety and size requirements and don't interfere with the comfort of other passengers.
Our aim is to make flying with children and infants as easy as possible. Find out about our meals and activity packs made specially for the little ones. On board, children have their very own section selection of entertainment with movies, TV programmes, games and audio books available via our inflight entertainment system. See more
Order food & drink
Most travellers with us will receive complimentary meals included in their ticket - discover more about our full meal menus, designed by our consultant chefs and wine experts. For our Tasman & Pacific seat and seat+bag customers, an 'inflightbites' menu is available via our inflight entertainment system, where sandwiches, snacks, and drinks can be purchased on board. See more
The flight maps on inflight entertainment show you where you are, as well as interesting facts like outside temperature, speed and time to destination. Before you fly, use our route maps to explore the full extent of our network.
Join on board - Airpoints™
You can join our Air New Zealand loyalty programme either before you board your flight or on board from the comfort of your seat. See the full benefits of our Airpoints programme.
We hope you enjoy the entertainment we have on offer on board our aircraft. We'd like to remind you that on board is an open space so please use your judgment when viewing content that might also be seen by a child seated near you. Some of our content is not suitable for all ages, and details of our classification system can be found below. A parental lock is also available. Air New Zealand will not be responsible for unauthorised access of age-restricted programmes. Because the viewing of programmes on other passenger's screens in the cabin cannot be prevented, Air New Zealand accepts no responsibility for any footage or audio viewed or heard.
When you are on board you are able to place a restriction on the programmes a young passenger can access. Please speak to your flight attendant who can help you place this lock.
The content of the movies has been classified according to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) or equivalent. For details please see www.mpaa.org/film-ratings.
|PG||Parental guidance recommended|
|PG13||Parents strongly cautioned - some content may be inappropriate for children under 13|
|R||Restricted - under 17 years requires accompanying parent or adult guardian|
Parental guidance recommended
Parents strongly cautioned - some content may be inappropriate for children under 13
Restricted - under 17 years requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
* Some seats have monitors stowed in the arm of their seat rather than the back of the seat in front of them. For safety reasons, these monitors must be stowed for taxi, take-off and landing. This means you can still listen to music during these times of the flights, but as your monitor needs to be stowed, you won't be able to watch a movie, etc., until crew advise your screen can be deployed.
** For passengers flying between New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific Islands, Honolulu and Bali your entertainment options depend on the product purchased. Find out more.