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NEW ZEALAND AND COOK ISLANDS TRAVEL BUBBLE: The Cook Islands Government has indicated that re-opening the border with New Zealand, for quarantine-free travel, will not happen until they are fully confident that there is no community transmission of COVID-19 in New Zealand. This will likely occur when New Zealand is at Alert Level 1. All future visitors to the Cook Islands, aged 12 years and above, will need to be fully vaccinated (except those with a medical certificate).
As a result, this has impacted Air New Zealand’s operating schedule. Should you no longer wish to travel, you can hold your booking in credit online. For more information on redeeming your credit please visit: http://airnz.click/CreditInfo. If customers have booked flights via a travel agent, please speak with them directly about receiving a credit or re-booking your travel.
The Cook Islands remain free of Covid and we await the opportunity to welcome you once restrictions are eased. Here is a link to our Immigration page for the latest details regarding travel and entry: https://www.cookislandsbooking.com/cook-islands-fact-file/plan-your-holiday/immigration
TRAVEL NOTICE: Flights by Air New Zealand are currently restricted. Direct flights from Los Angeles, Sydney and Tahiti are no longer operating. Jetstar currently have no flights to Rarotonga.
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