Preferred Seating FAQs
Air New Zealand's Preferred Seating allows you to secure the seat your customer wants on Air New Zealand flights.
Whether the customer simply wants to pick a window or aisle seat or if they'd like more space there are a number of options.
- Standard Seating: You can select a standard seat on the aircraft at no additional charge.
- Preferred Seating: Customers can pay to enjoy a seat with a better position on the aircraft.
- Exit Row: Customers can pay to book an Exit Row. See exit row seating for regulations for passengers sitting in exit row seats.
- Bassinet Row: Customers can pay to guarantee a Bassinet Row if traveling with an infant less than 8 months.
See where the Preferred Seating, Exit Rows and Bassinet Rows are located on the aircraft:
The fee* for the preferred seating, exit row and bassinet seat is as follows:
|Exit Row Seats||$105 USD Per person per sector|
|Bassinet Positions||$25 USD Per person per sector|
|Premium Economy||$50 USD Per person per sector|
|Economy||$50 USD Per person per sector|