Air New Zealand warns public about free flight internet scam

Air New Zealand is warning customers not to be taken in by a “free flights” scam that has gone viral on the social media platform.

The scam claims to offer two free tickets to everyone that participates in an online survey.

“We only have 120 tickets remaining so hurry up,” the message reads.

Air New Zealand said it was aware of the scam message being circulated and advised people to ignore it.

“This message is not from Air New Zealand and we advise anyone who receives this not to engage.”

The airline could not be reached for comment.

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