Air New Zealand is selling more than 140,000 domestic fares for under $60 in the hope Kiwis will travel domestically during the summer.
The $60 fares are for one-way travel between the second half of November through to the first half of February next year.
Whether Kiwis are looking to check out a place they're yet to explore in New Zealand or planning a catch up with friends and family, this is their chance to fly at a fantastic price," Air New Zealand chief customer and sales officer Leanne Geraghty said.
"The school holidays brought a big boost to domestic tourism and we hope these fares will encourage New Zealanders to keep travelling and take advantage of some of the great deals tourism operators are providing at the moment."
Tourism's hard Covid landing
Figures this month from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment showed tourism spending dropped across all regions for the year ending August compared to the previous year. It dropped 15 per cent to $25.1 billion.
Auckland, Otago and West Coast experienced the biggest decline, with a 20 per cent drop in annual spend. Northland and Hawke's Bay had the smallest drop in annual tourism spending, down 7 per cent.
Auckland has continued seeing the largest fall in tourism spend in August, down 61 per cent to $255 million.