Alert Level 1
You can travel, but do it in a safe way and remember to keep a record of your journey.
You should not travel if you: have been requested to self-isolate/quarantine, have symptoms of COVID-19, or are awaiting COVID-19 test results.
You cannot travel, if the travel would breach an order/direction made under the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020 or the Health Act 1956. This will likely be the case if: you have arrived in New Zealand from overseas in the last 14 days, or you have otherwise individually received (from a Medical Officer of Health) a direction under s 70(1)(f) of the Health Act 1956.
Public health measures apply.
You must wear a face covering on the aircraft, unless exempt. For more information please see the Ministry of Health’s guidance on face coverings.
If you are exempt from the face covering requirements because you have a medical condition or disability that makes it unsuitable to wear a face covering, you can request an exemption card. Requests can be made by contacting Healthline (0800 358 5453) or Disabled Persons Assembly NZ (04 801 9100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org). You do not need to have an exemption card, but you may feel more comfortable showing something official to confirm you cannot wear a face covering.
The displaying of QR codes is not required, if the operator requires all passengers to provide their contact details (name and phone number) to use the service. Passengers are encouraged to manually record their travel (or scan QR codes using the NZ COVID Tracer App if available).