Originair is taking its first step towards increasing its schedule following the peak of the COVID-19 Omicron outbreak, said Originair’ Customer Services Manager, Tania Armstrong.
Omicron’s weakening of travel demand required the Nelson-based airline to temporarily reduce its flight schedule in February, Armstrong said. However, Originair is now able to increase services again and reinstate some key business-timed flights. Key changes are:
– Resumption of services between Nelson and Napier.
– Improved departure times on key days for business travellers from Hamilton and Palmerston North.
– Additional direct flights between Nelson and Palmerston North, with these services becoming double daily on peak demand days; and intentions to offer services every day except Saturdays.
These schedule changes will commence from 1 July and are available for sale now on the airline’s website www.originair.nz or by phone on 0800 380 380.
For further information contact
Customer Services Manager
0800 380 380
Originair is a New Zealand-owned and operated airline based in Nelson, offering passenger services, connecting Nelson with Palmerston North, Hamilton, Wellington and Hawke’s Bay.
The airline has a fleet of three 18-seat Jetstream 31/32 regional turboprop aircraft and operates scheduled services and charter services by arrangement. Originair’s services extend
to travel by unaccompanied minors, pets and cargo.
P O Box 2574 Stoke 7041, New Zealand • 0800 380 380 • Info@originair.nz • www.originair.nz