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24 April 2020

Jen Burgin

NZ Aerosports resumes operations April 28

She’s still a little windy

 

We have some positive news! NZ Aerosports resumes operations next week! Like most of the world, we’ve had a full on ‘Level 4’ lockdown here in New Zealand (cha-ching) since March 26. Only essential businesses were operating during the past few weeks.

NZ will be downgraded to ‘Alert Level 3’ as of Monday 27th April 2020 at 11:59pm NZ time. This means we are “unlocking” and opening the doors of businesses that are not customer-facing and deemed ‘safe’. NZ Aerosports comes under the ‘safe’ criteria and will resume its production and shipping operations from Tuesday 28th April 2020

We will have strict rules and regulations that we will be following including limiting the number of production staff in the factory at any one time. Production capacity will be limited, but we will be producing canopies and linesets again. Can we get a F&%k Yeah!

Our Sales Team will be monitoring online chat, phone lines and emails if you have any questions. We’ve updated all lead times and you can find them on the Homepage of our website. Shipping and delivery time information can be found in our FAQ section in the Help Centre.

We thank you for your understanding and patience at this time. It’s certainly been a process and it isn’t over yet!

We’re still aiming to keep you entertained (and occasionally educated) about canopy maintenance and flying shamozzle on our social media, so tune in for webinars, Facebook Live with our athletes, Instagram takeovers and daily challenges – let’s stay connected <3

Stay safe, keep social distancing and see you on the other side!

Blue skies

The NZA Quaran-Team

*Please note: Whilst NZ Aerosports resumes operations as New Zealand moves to ‘Level 3’, the NZ Government could reinstate ‘Level 4 lockdown’ at any time without notice. We will do our best to keep you updated on any changes to production.


 

RESOURCES

 

New Zealand government updates: Head to their website for more information on what the ‘golden rules’ are for Alert Level 3.

COVID-19: How to protect yourself and others during the crisis