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The airline says reduced services to America means there is not enough flying to maintain current rosters.
More than 110,000 Air New Zealand seats were snapped up after the airline released 160,000 seats for under $50 each.
Queenstown Lakes’ mayor and TIA call on the Govt to relax the restrictions to help struggling operators.
Air New Zealand has grounded its Boeing 777 fleet until at least September 2021 due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19.
Air New Zealand will hold a virtual annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday 29 September because of Covid-19-related social distancing.
Air New Zealand carried 714,000 passengers during July 2020, down 56% on the same month last year.
After 19 years with airline, Wallace steps away from the airline full time on 30 September.
Despite “incredible” domestic demand and more cargo, borders need to open for the airline to fully recover.
Air New Zealand will resume flying all of its Auckland domestic routes after the region moves to Covid-19 alert level 2 at 11.59pm this Sunday.
The pandemic is the most financially threatening event aviation and tourism have faced, says CEO Greg Foran.
The airline has announced one of the biggest losses in its history due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Air New Zealand supports the mandatory use of masks or face coverings on all public transport, says chief executive Greg Foran.
Air New Zealand is extending its fare flexibility and adjusting its domestic network for the change in Covid-19 alert levels.
The airline has also outlined what passengers can expect while travelling under changed alert levels.
NZSki and Wayfare’s ski fields close for the day while other large operators make adjustments or shut Auckland businesses.
Air New Zealand has received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority to proceed with full RNP AR operations on its ATR turboprop flights into and out of Queenstown Airport.
An Air New Zealand flight from Auckland Airport has repatriated citizens from Tonga who had been in New Zealand since the Covid-19 lockdown.
Air New Zealand has partnered with Tourism New Zealand on the second phase of its Do something new, New Zealand winter campaign to encourage New Zealanders to hit the slopes.
The August edition of Kia Ora magazine has been produced in partnership with long term partner Tourism New Zealand.
The airline was placing a hold on future bookings to help prevent disruptions to customer journeys should restrictions be extended.
The number of passengers on Air New Zealand flights in June dropped 74% from the same a month a year ago to 430,000.
Air New Zealand has ramped up its domestic schedule for August to 70% of pre-Covid-19 levels.
More than $1.36m in credit has been redeemed by Air New Zealand customers via the airline’s new online credit redemption tool, which went live yesterday.
Air New Zealand is undertaking two dedicated repatriation flights to Samoa to return fruit industry workers.
The refurbishment included a refresh of the bar and barista station, a refreshed cafe zone, and more showers.
The airline was also looking at aligning daily arrivals with the capacity available at managed isolation facilities.
Air New Zealand’s direct A320 jet service between Auckland and Invercargill resumes today.
Air New Zealand will not operate passenger services from Auckland to Melbourne from 1-14 July due to new Covid-19 restrictions put in place by the Australian government.
Travellers on Air NZ flights will have access to face masks as the Government prioritises a $150m purchase of PPE.
Air New Zealand saw a 97.6% drop in long haul passenger numbers in May 2020, compared to the same month in 2019.
Air New Zealand is gearing up for July school holiday getaways by adding flights to some regional routes.
The airline will also incur restructuring costs of between $140m and $160m.
“This is great news for tourism and those wanting to hit the slopes,” says the airline.
Air New Zealand will resume passenger flights between Auckland and Shanghai next week.
Air New Zealand has begun services to and from Nadi to assist the Fijian government in repatriating its citizens.
Air New Zealand has donated nearly 15,000 food items to Mangere Budgeting Services Trust and Food Bank after a group of cabin crew volunteered at the organisation during Covid-19 alert level 3.
Air New Zealand has highlighted its $900m facility from the Government in response to speculation it is considering a capital raise both here and in Australia.
Air New Zealand will restart scheduled international passenger flights with one return service a week to Narita Airport, Tokyo, on 25 June.
The resumption of the routes meant that the airline was operating to all 20 of the domestic destinations it serviced pre-Covid-19.
The airline is preparing to make more redundancies after already cutting almost 4000 jobs.
Air New Zealand passenger numbers were down 99% due to Covid-19 restrictions in April.
Air New Zealand has dismissed talks of proposed Tasman operations until “such time that the Tasman borders are open, and only with the support of governments on both sides”.
Air New Zealand has updated its domestic schedule for July and August, with plans to operate around 55% of its usual domestic capacity compared to pre-Covid-19 levels.
Air New Zealand will operate business-timed flights in and out of a number of regional ports from next month.
The restructuring is expected to cost up to $160m, says the airline.
Air New Zealand will extend its limited international schedule through to 31 August 2020.
The Carepoints programme would allow members to gift their Airpoints to any or all of three charity partners – KidsCan, Women’s Refuge and New Zealand Red Cross.
Air New Zealand continues to adapt its operations and re-shape its team in the wake of the outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis.
E tū urges the airline to be more ‘transparent, compassionate’ to workers after 1300 jobs are cut.
Air New Zealand will resume its Wellington-Queenstown route on 28 May, in time for Queen’s Birthday weekend.