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Air New Zealand grants frequent flyers access to posh co-working space in Auckland

Excerpt from airlinetrends.com

Dec 05, 2012 8:36 am

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The Square is the premium functional space at Air New Zealand's Generator. There is seating for 40 people or cocktail space for 70. Generator / GeneratorNZ.com


Australian Business Traveller reports that Air New Zealand (ANZ) offers its top-tier frequent flyers of its Airpoints loyalty program and members of its Koru Club lounge program complimentary access to Generator, a co-working space and business club located in the Britomart area in downtown Auckland.

ANZ says it offers the service, which it has dubbed ‘Koru Central’, to provide passengers with “an office-away-from-office” and “a place to touch down” in the central business district of Auckland on the days they fly in and out of Auckland. Business services…available at Generator member rates and ANZ’s frequent flyers also earn Airpoints Dollars if they pay for eligible purchases using the OneSmart feature of their Airpoints card.

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