Travelling during Alert Level 1
5 Jul 2020
Latest update, 5 July 2020
We are now in Alert Level 1 and everyone can travel safely again without restrictions.
Almost all regional airlines are up and running again and you can reach all the great regional destinations you were able to before Covid-19*.
As with Level 2, you should avoid travelling if you’re feeling unwell, being tested for Covid-19 or need to self-isolate. It’s also important you wash your hands regularly and keep a record of where you’ve been and who you’ve been in contact with.
If you are visiting the airport but not travelling yourself, please look out for and scan the Government COVID tracing code or use the airport's text message option if you don't have the Government APP.
While New Zealand's borders are closed for entry, all international flights are suspended until further notice.
SERVICES AVAILABLE AT WELLINGTON AIRPORT DURING ALERT LEVEL 1
Retail and food and beverage
The following retailers are now open:
- 3 Wise Men
- The Axe
- Ben & Jerry's
- Best Ugly Bagels
- The Blue Lady
- Cargo Convenience Store
- Fortune Favours
- Simply New Zealand
- TJ Katsu
- The Peloton Bar and Eatery
- Three Quarter Society
- The Travel Store
- United Brew Works
- Whisky Lima Golf
We recommend checking this page regularly for latest updates.
The Rydges Wellington Airport Hotel is open and taking bookings for both guest stays and conferencing. If you are planning to stay at the hotel, it’s a good idea to book ahead, although walk in bookings will be accepted. When you check in, the hotel staff will gather your information to assist with contact tracing if needed.
Ground transport and parking
Most services have returned to usual, with the following exceptions:
- The Airport Flyer will start running again on Monday 6 July. For information about the service, visit Airport Flyer website.
- The grooming service at Valet Parking will not be available until further notice
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19
The links below provide further information on COVID-19, including latest advice on symptoms, prevention and treatment.
*Services to Palmerston North are suspended until further notice.