In the community
We partnered with the National Geographic Society to host a series of Photo Camps across the country. The five-day camps provide opportunities for young people aged 16 - 21 to tell their stories through photography. Under the guidance of world class National Geographic photographers, youth are taught the tools of photography to explore the world around them and share their unique perspective on what it means to be a young person in New Zealand. Find out more
Department of Conservation
The Department of Conservation (DOC) is one of our main partners. We support them with a range of biodiversity projects alongside some of New Zealand's Great Walks and help to transport threatened species and Conservation Dogs. Find out more
We have partnered with Koru Care for over 35 years. Koru Care gives children with serious medical conditions magical experiences. With our help, they've flown thousands of children to amazing destinations like Disneyland in California, Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, or around New Zealand on special, themed flights. These once-in-a-lifetime trips let the kids enjoy themselves with their families, as all children should. Our crew help make each trip memorable, from arrival at the airport to getting them home safe again. Find out more
Queenstown Resort College
QRC is New Zealand's premier school of Tourism & Hospitality Business Management with campuses in both Queenstown and Paihia. Since 2019, our partnership has focused on creating a pipeline of future Kiwi leaders in tourism and hospitality. Air New Zealand helps QRC staff and students to stay connected through an annual travel fund as well as offering leadership, curriculum support and internships. Together we continue to promote the tourism industry as an exciting and sustainable sector offering a variety of career options. Find out more.
Partnering with Air New Zealand
We work with many partners to support New Zealanders and their communities. Our key focus areas are:
- Supporting the next generation
Our young people are crucial to the future of New Zealand. Training, empowerment and leadership are all crucial.
- Supporting the tourism industry
Tourism is critical to New Zealand's economy. It is important that it also delivers an outstanding visitor experience and benefits our communities and our environment.
- Regional New Zealand
Strong, growing regions mean a stronger New Zealand. We champion regional development, especially where it's needed most.