• Any items listed as ‘Forbidden’ in the current IATA List of Dangerous Goods Regulations and applicable addenda.
  • Small recreational vehicles powered by lithium batteries that are also known as Hoverboards, Rideables, Airwheel, Solowheel, mini-Segway, or Balance Wheel (etc).
  • Goods that have originated/transited/transferred in Somalia, Yemen, Egypt or Syria.
  • Goods embargoed to/from Iran as described under the United Nations Resolution 1737.
  • Any species of wild animal or plants as listed in appendices I, II, or III of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) without the applicable permits.
  • Shark or dolphin products or bi-products (other than shark meat for human consumption caught under the New Zealand commercial fisheries quota management system) is prohibited from carriage on Air New Zealand national or international services even if the shipper is holding a Cites certificate.
  • Whale meat, derivatives and products, and whale hunting equipment and/or supplies.
  • Lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo hunting trophies.
  • Medicinal cannabis.
  • The following breeds of canines (including semen and embryos):
    - American Pit Bull Terrier
    - Dogo Argentino
    - Japanese Tosa
    - Brazilian Fila
    - There are also some restrictions for Brachycephalic breeds. Please refer to International Pet Services.