About Our Inflight Entertainment
On our international flights
Enjoy hours of entertainment where you can watch what you want, when you want. Start your on-demand entertainment system the moment you take your seat with our gate-to-gate entertainment*.
Movies & TV shows
From the latest blockbuster to the classics, we have an extensive range onboard**. Most are available to view in multiple languages.
Music, Radio Shows & Audio Books
Sit back and relax with hours of music onboard, from Classical to Rock and featuring a special NZ Showcase section.
Challenge yourself or play against others with a selection of fun games.
Children have their very own section with movies, TV programmes, games and audio books that are all suitable for little ones.
Order Food & Drink
You can order food & drink from your screen.
Shows you where you are, as well as interesting facts like outside temperature, speed and time to destination.
* 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.
Travelling on our 787-9, 777, or upgraded A320R aircraft?
Developed right here in New Zealand, our inflight's entertainment's innovative design is similar to an app on your mobile phone or tablet. The intuitive app-based design lets us bring you more features and entertainment than ever before, and makes it a breeze to use.
You’ll find a wealth of fresh content, including movies with stacks of new releases in High Definition.
New onboard features:
Seat Chat lets you message and chat with friends and family members onboard your flight, without leaving your seat.
Share your screen and watch the same movie or TV show as the seat next to you, at the same time.
Join Air New Zealand’s Loyalty Programme - Airpoints - by completing the form via your seatback screen.
You can now pay and join Air New Zealand’s Koru programme from the comfort of your seat. Koru provides many benefits when flying on an Air New Zealand ticket on an Air New Zealand operated flight – such as access to Air New Zealand Lounges, priority baggage, and premium check-in plus many more. Read about the full benefits of Koru membership.***
Our new Destinations content lets you plan more of your trip before you get there! Read arrival information, attractions and activities suggestions, and event ideas. There are also photo and video galleries.
Buy Merchandise and Wine
In partnership with Glengarry, you can now buy wine onboard for delivery worldwide. You can also order Air New Zealand’s 75th Anniversary merchandise onboard for delivery within New Zealand. You can pay using your credit card or Airpoints Dollars™ via your seatback screen.
*** Your membership will take 5-10 days to process after receiving the payment, which will then provide the Koru membership benefits.
On our domestic flights
On all domestic flights, Air New Zealand provides our inflight magazine "Kia Ora". This monthly publication covers travel, sport, enterprise and lifestyle stories. You are welcome to take a copy of "Kia Ora" away with you.
On domestic Jet Services on A320 aircraft, an inflight quiz is also available on the entertainment system throughout most of your flight.
We hope you enjoy the entertainment we have on offer onboard our aircraft. We’d like to remind you that onboard 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 (please see details below). 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.
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.
G – General
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
When you are onboard 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.
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