August 17, 2022

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Air New Zealand Introduces 787 "Jabseed": A Business Class Vaccine Center

Air New Zealand Introduces 787 “Jabseed”: A Business Class Vaccine Center

Air New Zealand is turning the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner into a special vaccination clinic, encouraging Auckland residents to celebrate the so-called “Super Saturday”.

The event is part of Kiwi Airlines’ campaign to vaccinate international travelers against Covit-19 under the slogan “No Jab, No Flying”. New Zealand hopes to open its borders by 2022.

Auckland residents will be able to board the Jabsat flight where they will be vaccinated and enjoy on-board service and Air New Zealand service. Additionally, travelers can visit a hangar, tour the 787’s Business Premier cabins, enjoy free snacks and get a special boarding pass.

“Vaccines are important for protecting our communities and reopening New Zealand. We are preparing to reunite families and bring the Kiwis to their holiday destinations, but we must first vaccinate New Zealand. Morgan said.

“We know that the people of Auckland have been in a lot of trouble, and we hope that the idea of ​​boarding an international flight for the first time in a long time will raise some spirits, while encouraging people to protect themselves,” he added.

“As New Zealand’s national carrier, we strongly support vaccinations. This latest initiative follows our mandate to vaccinate all essential Air New Zealand staff, and we recently announced a” Jab, No Fly “policy for those on our international flights.

Passengers will climb through the main door of the Business Premier section, where they will receive their first dose of the vaccine. Pfizer, In the hand selected by the customer. After the vaccination, you will go to the main economy class room where the snack and drink service will start.

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While passengers wait to disembark after a short observation, they can enjoy the entertainment service on board.

The use of masks on Saturday flights will be required and remote operations will also be maintained, which will ensure greater health care for the client and crew.