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NetAir is a boneless carrier. If you want to travel the next morning or you want to travel the next morning, you have to settle for your accomodation or you will have to settle your full fare for a 4 hours bus service. They look like the same corrugated seat from the 80s when I first flown Barrier Air.
Get some earbuds, the levels are noisy. Don't wait for the levels of the vans to make you feel well.
Accessible Air - Regional Flights
Accommodation is available in Auckland, North Sea, Great Barrier Island, Kaitaia and Hamilton. Barrier Air is also the only carrier to offer regular airlines between Auckland - Kaitaia and Auckland - Hamilton. Accessible from Auckland International Airport, Barrier Air can also offer local groundhandling service. It is Barrier Air's mission to offer you an unforgettable aviation adventure.
Accessible Air offers regular flights from Auckland, North Shore, Kaitaia, Hamilton and Great Barrier Island.
Flights to the Great Barrier Island | Fly My Sky programme
Seven nights a week to Great Barrier Iceland and back, which means we can take you to this paradise of islands, PLUS almost anywhere in New Zealand, whenever you want. The Great Barrier is a New Zealand paradise that we visited several time a day.
You can easily make a reservation for Great Barrier Island on our website. Please click here to see our schedule, rates and to make your reservation for Great Barrier Island.
Hamilton launches new Barrier Air service
With two of New Zealand's expanding network of local carriers announcing an "agency alliance" that will offer its current clients air travel at reasonable prices. Auckland, Kaitaia, Noord Shore and Great Barrier Island, Barrier Air is expanding its flights to Hamilton every day from 8 February. Commenting jointly, Kiwi CEO Ewan Wilson and Barrier CEO Mike Foster said they were "delighted to be able to help normal Kiwi people who live in local areas to travel from the north to the South and vice-versa, on fully local flights".
Foster said the NZ Civil Aviation Authority was in the midst of certification of his airline's new Auckland - Hamilton leg after a test run on January 28.
"that the grandchildren in North Shore can travel from the village airstrip to the Nelson grandchildren without coping with the terrible air travel in Auckland and park charges at the airport!"