New Zealand flights home

My parents locked down in Auckland in March and moved their flights to July 2nd with Korean Airlines and Teailbkazers.
What’s the likelihood of this flight bringing them home?
I am trying to manage their expectations!!! They need to work out accommodation.
Thank u.

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budget – Petrol prices in New Zealand

I made a page that does exactly that. It can also take costs for accommodation, car rental and daily food and entertainment budget into account.
For the trip you mentioned it might cost you a bit more than NZD 300.

Keep in mind that it will cost you an additional ~NZD 200 your you want to take your own car with you from north to south island on the interislander ferry. If you rent a car, it would be better to drop it of on one side and hire another car on the other island, pretty sure the rental companies have some sort of arrangement for that.

Fuel prices right now are $1.80 (Auckland CBD) or $1.70 (Auckland south) for 91 unleaded, but the pricewatch site gives you a better indication of fuel prices across all of New Zealand.
Your fuel consumption depends on a number of factors such as type of car, extra load, speed, terrain (flat vs. hills and mountains) your personal driving style, city vs. highway so it’s really hard to come up with an exact number.
If you have 2 people in a mid-sized car with lots of luggage I would estimate 9 l/100km, and everything below that is a bonus. The fuel consumption car makers advertise are usually done under ideal conditions, and the real consumption might be up to 20% higher during everyday trips.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I apply for a tourist visa

From the New Zealand Immigration website:

You can visit New Zealand as a real tourist up to 9 months
an 18 month period.

  • The 18 month period is counted back from the last day you intend to be in New Zealand.
  • If the last day you are here is December 1, your 18-month period will begin June 1 of the previous year.

You can request another stay of 3 months and extend your stay to 12
months in a 24 month period, if:

  • you need more time to complete your tourist itinerary
  • you cannot leave New Zealand for reasons beyond your control
  • you applied for the residence for the first time.

To apply for another 3 month stay, you must have
supported you and did not work, study or sponsor for
your stay.

If you've recently visited New Zealand for a total of 12 months, you
must stay outside New Zealand for 12 months before applying
for another visitor visa.

Of course, it is not a good idea to apply for a visa and ask for the maximum duration allowed, unless you have very strong personal circumstances. If they think you cannot support yourself during the expected duration of your stay or that you intend to work in New Zealand, your visa will likely be refused.

customs and immigration – Stuck in New Zealand due to coronavirus

The extended family (2 adults, 2 children) is currently stranded in New Zealand due to the coronavirus. Their original return flight was canceled. They are German citizens.

They are now saying that they have no possibility of leaving the country because all the countries where a transfer should take place would not let them in, not even the airside transfer! Is it true?

If not, what would prevent them from buying an AKL-MEL-DOH-FRA ticket? This seems to be the only possible and viable option that prevents immigration along the route or landing in another Schengen country before. In addition, Qatar appears to be the only airline that still flies from this area and directly to Frankfurt.

Or are the special return flights announced by the German government their only chance to return home?

What are the medical costs for visitors to New Zealand who contract COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a disease rather than an accident, so it is not covered by the New Zealand ACC plan.

What are the reimbursable fees for New Zealand visitors who suspect they might be infected and those for treatment if necessary?

New Zealand visitors are not eligible for publicly funded health services, and with the exception of Australia and the United Kingdom, no other country has concluded any reciprocal health agreements with New Zealand.

cellphones – SIM cards for New Zealand visitors

This question is a double-copy of a SIM card in New Zealand with unlimited internet access, but that was 7 years ago and I would expect that the details of the telephony have changed during this period.

For a two week visit from July of next year (2020), what are my options regarding obtaining a SIM card for use in New Zealand? I have a GSM multiband phone that should work properly on New Zealand networks. I want more data than voice, but both will be factors. Thank you.

Can I return to New Zealand after receiving a tourist visa last March?

I am very interested to know if I will be able to come back to New Zealand after my stay last March. I plan to come back next year this time, it is a business trip sponsored by my kiwi clients. Thoughts? I would appreciate your answer. Thank you.

Customs and Immigration – Regarding the validity of tourist visas in New Zealand

My New Zealand tourist visa letter says:

The starting date of your visa is: August 23, 2019
You must arrive in New Zealand before:
The number of times you can travel to New Zealand is: Unique
The last day of your trip to New Zealand is: December 23, 2019
Your visa expires and you must leave New Zealand no later than: See Conditions

The conditions of your visa: This visa expires 1 month after your first arrival. Stay subject to the authorization of entry. You must leave before the expiry of the visa or expulsion. The incumbent must not be employed in New Zealand. The incumbent must not study more than three months in any twelve-month period in New Zealand. "

My question:
Can I enter New Zealand on December 23, 2019 and stay 10 days? Or does my visa indicate that I must leave no later than December 23, 2019?

What is more peaceful in New Zealand or Greece? [on hold]

Hi, I want to know what is more peaceful in New Zealand or Greece?
Thank you