Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who owns Air New Zealand?

The New Zealand Government currently owns 52% of Air New Zealand ordinary shares.  The remaining shares are listed on the NZ Stock Exchange (ticker symbol AIR.NZ) and the Australia Stock Exchange (ticker symbol AIZ.AU).

2. Who do I contact if I have questions about my shareholding?

If you have questions about your shareholding please contact the share registry at:

Link Market Services Limited - New Zealand

Level 11, Deloitte Centre, 80 Queen Street, Auckland 1010
Tel: +64 9 375 5998 (investor enquiries)
Email: lmsenquiries@linkmarketservices.com

Link Market Services Limited - Australia

Level 12, 680 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Tel: +64 9 375 5998 or 1300 554 474
Email: lmsenquiries@linkmarketservices.com

If you have a general investor enquiry, please contact us directly at Air New Zealand:

Freephone: 0800 22 22 18 (within New Zealand)
Tel: +64 9 336 2607
Email: investor@airnz.co.nz

3. How do I change my contact details or bank account details for my shareholder account?

Please contact Link Market Services per their details above, or login into your online Investor account

4. How do I receive the Annual Report and other company announcements online?

To receive Interim and Annual Reports electronically, please update your shareholder preferences by contacting Link Market Services per their details above, or login into your online Investor account.

To receive alerts of monthly operating statistics, markets announcements and other investor news, please email us at Investor@airnz.co.nz to be added to our investor database.

5. How can I buy or sell shares in Air New Zealand?

To buy or sell shares in Air New Zealand, you must do this through a licensed stockbroker. A list of registered stockbrokers is available on the NZX website.

6. How long has Air New Zealand been publicly listed?

Air New Zealand was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (ticker symbol AIR.NZ) in October 1989 and on the Australia Stock Exchange (ticker symbol AIZ.AU) in July 2002.

7.  What is Air New Zealand’s financial year?

Air New Zealand’s financial year is 12 months from 1 July to 30 June. The six months interim period is 1 July to 31 December.

8. Does Air New Zealand pay a dividend?

Yes. Find out more about Air New Zealand’s Dividend Policy and Dividend History here.

9. Who do I contact if I have questions about my Air New Zealand bonds?

Link Market Services Limited – New Zealand

Level 11, Deloitte Centre, 80 Queen Street, Auckland 1010
Tel: +64 9 375 5998 (investor enquiries)
Email: lmsenquiries@linkmarketservices.com

10. Where is Air New Zealand’s registered office?

185 Fanshawe Street
Auckland 1010
New Zealand