New Zealand has several airports, ranging from small regional airports to larger international hubs.
On this website you can find all smoking areas in airports, including designated smoking areas and available facilities. We understand the frustration of going through security only to find that there are no smoking areas anywhere and in some cases e-cigarettes may not be allowed.
This service is for all smokers who want to enjoy a cigarette before or after long flights.
Airports in New Zealand
- AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AKL)
- CHRISTCHURCH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CHC)
- WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (WLG)
- QUEENSTOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ZQN)
- DUNEDIN AIRPORT (DUD)
New Zealand Smoking Law
New Zealand has implemented comprehensive smoking laws and regulations to promote public health and reduce tobacco use. These measures aim to create smoke-free environments and discourage smoking.
In New Zealand, smoking is generally prohibited in enclosed public places, including workplaces, hospitality venues, and public transport. This means that smoking is not allowed indoors in restaurants, bars, cafes, shopping centers, and other public spaces. However, there may be designated outdoor smoking areas available in some establishments.
New Zealand has also introduced strict regulations on the display and promotion of tobacco products. Tobacco advertising and sponsorship are heavily restricted, and there are graphic health warnings on cigarette packaging.
The sale of tobacco products to minors under the age of 18 is strictly prohibited in New Zealand. The country has implemented measures to reduce tobacco accessibility and availability, including increasing tobacco taxes and restricting the number of retail outlets selling tobacco.
Enforcement of smoking laws is carried out by various authorities, and penalties for non-compliance can include fines or other legal consequences.
New Zealand has a strong commitment to tobacco control and has set a goal of becoming a smoke-free nation by 2025. This means achieving a very low smoking prevalence rate and minimizing the harm caused by tobacco use.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on New Zealand’s smoking laws, it’s recommended to consult the latest legislation or reach out to local authorities or health organizations.
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