Just out of interest – can I ask where you found this information? I physically checked The Air NZ website and specifically interviewed «Interline» in its search area. All that was rendered was 4 results – the most descriptive were their «cooperation partners» (read the codeshare). Other results were (History – Eagle Airways), International Cargo (Airfreight) and Baggage (released by region). Air New Zealand and Swiss will have an interconnection agreement as they are both members of Star Alliance. However, if flights are made on separate tickets, this does not mean that the baggage is checked in by. In fact, here`s NZ`s policy that says they don`t make by bags of checks on separate tickets. Does anyone know if EK-NZ has an Interline booking contract? I`m watching the flight to NZ. Regarding the inclusion of a GFML in my partners was it a meal reservation for both airlines and did he wonder if this was possible? Every piece of advice would be appreciated. Cheers Air New Zealand has codeshare and frequent flyer agreements with selected airlines that earn dollars at partnership prices, but status points cannot be earned on these flights. Airpoints dollars can be exchanged on these flights, check out our company premiums table, how many dollars of airpoints you need.
Air New Zealand has also entered into code-sharing and air-sharing agreements with selected airlines. Airpoints Dollars can be used to travel on these flights if they are booked with an Air New Zealand flight number (z.B NZ4010). Current potential pay rates can be found in the «Partner Flights» section of the Airpoints computer. State points cannot be collected on these flights. Access to the lounge is possible in certain circumstances, but there are no other benefits for airpoints. I had assumed that the operation was flying on separate airline tickets and that the two airlines did not have an Interline agreement and therefore had to collect luggage and change flights between flights. So he/she asked if there was a company that was going to do it for himself, not just as a doorman. You won`t publish Interline partners on their site, but every travel agency platform can tell you, The Expert Flyer is one of those that is free for the first 5 days, then $99 a year and it`s worth it.
Air New Zealand has agreements with selected airlines that offer Airpoint members ™ the opportunity to earn and exchange dollars, accumulate status points on selected flights and, in certain circumstances, enjoy loyalty benefits on both airlines. If your bag is larger, you can often pay an excessive fee at the airport and check it in if there is room on the plane. See overweight, oversized and sporty objects for more. What the change means for frequent flyers, already booked passengers and future competition. So, AFAIK, there are no third-party services to pick up your luggage from the NZ flight at Heathrow and treat it in Switzerland. So if you have to pick up the bags yourself on separate tickets and check them with Swiss (LX), or if you have the bags cared for from your starting point in New Zealand, that would be expensive. The cheapest and safest option is to buy and pack a prepaid bag before your flight. The exporting airline is the airline that operates the flight. The marketing company is the airline from which you purchased the flight and whose flight number is shown on the ticket.
Our children`s fares have the same amount of luggage as adults. Toddlers do not receive an abandoned bag, but may have hand luggage. Both fares allow you to bring a stroller and seat at no extra cost. Please ask other airlines if they are also part of your trip. Learn more Smart Gepack can be saved if non-removable batteries do not contain more than 0.3 g lithium or do not exceed 2.7 Wh for lithium ions. Removable batteries must be removed for baggage to be checked in and batteries to be shipped