What better way to celebrate and support your country opening up its domestic borders than by launching a winery airline?
That’s what Tim Lightbourne and Rob Cameron, co-founders of Invivo Air and owners of Invivo Wine, decided to do in New Zealand. They chartered a flight from Auckland on the North Island to Queenstown in the South Island to be scheduled sometime early this year. Complimentary wines will be served on the two-hour, 650-mile flight.
The award-winning Invivo Wine was founded in 1902, built by the government to see if New Zealand could make good wine. Turns out they can.