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- 1. Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand to Codeshare
Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand to Codeshare. Air New Zealand has signed a codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways providing Air New Zealand customers with flight options to and through the Middle East for the first time. Air New Zealand will codeshare on Etihad's services between Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Abu Dhabi as well as between Abu Dhabi and London Heathrow.
- 2. Statement by John Palmer, Chairman, Air New Zealand Limited regarding the Air New Zealand and Qa
Statement by John Palmer, Chairman, Air New Zealand Limited regarding the Air New Zealand and Qantas strategic alliance
- 3. Air New Zealand Opens Specialist Aviation Institute
Air New Zealand Opens Specialist Aviation Institute. Air New Zealand’s training organisation has a 70 year track record as a specialist post-employment aviation training provider, with many of its graduates now holding senior management positions within the global industry. The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute will now take that experience to a new level offering a full complemen
- 4. Air New Zealand to Increase Tokyo Capacity
Air New Zealand to Increase Tokyo Capacity. Recovering Japanese visitor numbers are prompting Air New Zealand to operate Boeing 747-400 aircraft on the Tokyo route following five years absence. Visitor numbers declined steadily from a high of 165,000 in 2004 down to about 78,000 in 2009 before growing 12% to 87,700 in 2010 with the help of additional Air New Zealand charter flights
- 5. Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand Sign Maintenance Deal
Codeshare partners Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand have signed a wide-ranging agreement to provide reciprocal line maintenance services in Melbourne, Australia, and Los Angeles in the USA. Etihad Airways will soon perform all scheduled and non-scheduled line maintenance on Air New Zealand aircraft in Melbourne at its Tullamarine engineering facility. In return, Air New Zealand i
- 6. Air New Zealand Takes Delivery of World's First Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
Air New Zealand has taken delivery of the very first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in the world. Air New Zealand's Rolls-Royce powered 787-9 is part of the airline's fleet modernization effort. This 787-9, painted in a unique black livery, is the first of 10 Dreamliners to join Air New Zealand's fleet. The aircraft will operate the Auckland–Perth route in October 2014 and to both Tokyo a
- 7. Air New Zealand Places Third Order for Boeing 787 Dreamliners
Air New Zealand Places Third Order for Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Air New Zealand has finalized an order for four additional 787-9s, following on from the airline's announcement in December that it would be placing an order. This is the airline's third order for the popular 787 Dreamliner. With this confirmation, Air New Zealand has ordered a total of eight 787-9 Dreamliners.
- 8. Air New Zealand Takes Delivery of ATR 72-600; Orders Another
Air New Zealand, one of ATR's largest customers in terms of in-service and on-order aircraft, has taken delivery of its latest ATR 72-600. The airline has also just ordered an additional ATR 72-600 aircraft. Since 2011, Air New Zealand has purchased a total of 14 ATR 72-600s. Deliveries of the ATR '-600' aircraft will continue until 2017. Once delivered, Air New Zealand will have 2
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