Experience Air New Zealand’s Premium Economy Spaceseat

With Air New Zealand, the Premium Economy experience starts well before you join us onboard, because passengers can enjoy the convenience of Premium check-in services at the airport.

Premium Economy Spaceseat™ (777-300 aircraft)
Premium Economy is about creating ample space and privacy. The design of our revolutionary new Spaceseat means that the person sitting in front of you can’t recline into your personal space. The seats that run through the inner space of the cabin have been designed for couples, so you can relax together, or turn to face each other to share a meal. The seats on the outer space of the cabin cater more for those who need some uninterrupted work time, or for people who prefer to keep to themselves during the flight.

A superb Kiwi culinary experience.  We know that offering chicken or beef won’t cut it in future, so we’ve designed a delicious new menu. In our Premium Economy cabin you can expect to sample mouth-watering options, complemented by premium New Zealand wines. And if you need to fill a gap, simply order up a snack direct from your personal entertainment screen.

Take control with on-demand entertainment.  The vast selection of activities on our new in-flight entertainment will keep even the most fidgety of flyers engaged for the whole flight. Enjoy Over 580 hours of content – including latest movies, TV box sets, video games, dedicated kids section, news feeds and a YouTube channel – all on 10.6” touchscreen TVs. If you need more, there are always power,  USB and iPod connections to plug in to.



3 thoughts on “Experience Air New Zealand’s Premium Economy Spaceseat”

  1. If you want to be away from kids then DO NOT go on a Disney cruise. There are pltney of other alternatives on great cruise lines that offer more options and accommodations as good or better than Disney. Disney has only two ships and thus your options for itineraries are very limited and prices on Disney tend to be higher.For an anniversary I recommend Celebrity, Princess, Royal Caribbean or Holland America. Royal Caribbean tends to have families with kids but the other cruise lines have some but not as many kids. All of these cruise lines do have programs just for kids to keep them busy each day and special areas on ships where the kids hang out with professional staff persons to supervise them. Some have special water play areas on ships for kids with water slides and such. The other way to have fewer kids is to cruise to Alaska, the Panama Canal, The Mediterranean, or New England/Canada. Also, cruises longer than 7 days usually do not have as many kids on board.

  2. For younger kids DisneyFor older kids Royal CaribbeanStay away from Carnival, but they do tend to have the best price. You do get what you pay.

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