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Covid-19: Regulations for travel to New Zealand

International travel to New Zealand is only allowed for "essential reasons". This does not apply to nationals and residents.

Exceptional travel

There are exemptions to the closure of the border for essential reasons, which include trips for couples or relatives, critical workers and students. Tourist trips are not allowed. Those who qualify to travel for essential reasons should submit an application at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/formshelp/request-for-travel-to-new-zealand . high risk countries. The list of countries and more information can be found at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/covid-19/border-closures-and-exceptions/restrictions-on-travel-from-very-high -countries-of-risk

Mandatory vaccination

Travelers must present a valid international certificate for complete vaccination against COVID-19, with the use of an approved vaccine. The final dose must have been administered at least 14 days before the trip. Vaccination requirements do not apply to New Zealand citizens. The list of accepted vaccines can be found at https://covid19.govt.nz/travel/international-travel-and-transit/proof-of-vaccination-for-travel-to-new-zealand/

Quarantine is in effect upon arrival

A COVID-19 test will be administered on arrival and requires a 7-day administered isolation in a government facility, followed by a period of self-isolation in a residence or private accommodation. A second test will be administered on the 9th day after arrival and travelers must self-isolate until a negative result is confirmed. Travelers must register with the 'Managed Seclusion Assignment System' as the first step in securing their place in Managed Seclusion. Travel is not allowed without this confirmed reservation. More details on isolation procedures can be found at https://www.miq.govt.nz/travel-to-new-zealand/secure-your-place-in-managed-isolation/

It is mandatory to submit medical certificate / proof

Upon departure, proof of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) or negative antigen test, taken within the previous 72 hours, must be presented. Accepted nucleic acid amplification tests (NAATs) include PCR, RT-PCR, TMA, and LAMP tests. This is mandatory for most travelers. Exceptions to the tests can be found at https://covid19.govt.nz/travel/pre-departure-tests-to-enter-new-zealand/#find-out-if-you-need-a-pre- departure- test-to-enter-new-zealand

For more details go to the New Zealand Immigration site

Always remember to check with your airline, your itinerary and requirements at the time of boarding, to comply with the protocol and restrictions according to the destination you are going to.

 Tips before departing

  Make sure you arrive at Dunedin airport (DUD) at least 3 hours before the flight if it is an international flight or 2 if it is a domestic one.

  Check the luggage limits (size, weight, items forbidden, etc) with your airline.

  Have all the documentation to carry out the check in (ticket, passport, Visa).

  Check the  Transportation available towards the Dunedin airport (DUD) and the Terminal where you depart. If you arrive at the airport by car check the airport   Parking facilities.

  Check the   Facilities and Lounges (if there are) within the airport grounds, to organize your waiting.

  Once inside the terminal, look at the electronic screens to know the status of your flight. If necessary, declare your new electronic devices at the Tax office.

  At the check-in desk (if necessary) you can check the big baggage, show your ticket (printed or in your phone) and passport and receive your boarding pass. In case you do not need to check a luggage, some airports have self-service check in kiosks where you can get and print your boardking pass.

  Then, at the security control area, if you bring a laptop or a similar device, in you cabin luggage, you will have to place it outside the hang bag. After passing the security area you will get in at the boarding zone. Check you boarding gate and wait the airline call, always having in hand your passport and boarding pass.

  If you are a handicapped passenger, you should coordinate your trip with your airline at least 48 hours in advance and check the  Disabled Passengers facilities. Enjoy your flight!