Air New Zealand has unveiled plans to increase capacity on its Bali route by 80%, or 30,000
additional seats, compared with the current season.
The airline currently operates three
services per week between Auckland and Bali's Denpasar
International Airport from late June to mid-October using Boeing
787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, increasing up to four services per week
during peak periods such as the school holidays.
Next year the airline will operate its seasonal
services from 11 April through to 24 October with up to six
services per week (subject to regulatory approvals).
Zealand Chief Revenue Officer Cam Wallace, said, "By extending our
flying season by more than two months, ultimately putting on close
to 50 extra return flights, it's going to be easier than ever for
Kiwis to experience the beautiful and diverse destination that is
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