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The airline’s chair says it is also reviewing its operations after it offloaded 65 bags from its maiden New York to Auckland flight.
The airline carried 1.096 million passengers in August 2022, up 117.8% from the 503,000 during the same month last year, and closing in on the 1.117 million passengers it carried in August 2018.
Transforming Air New Zealand’s organisation, refocusing international services, leveraging loyalty, and becoming a truly digital airline are key opportunities for the carrier, says chief executive Greg Foran.
The govt may have to step in to help make green aviation fuels more viable, says the airline’s sustainability manager.
Air New Zealand says it saw strong forward sales over the first three months of its current fiscal year, particularly for travel through to January 2023.
Air New Zealand says its new chief sustainability officer will start in the post a month earlier than originally expected.
Air NZ’s much-anticipated line into the lucrative US eastern seaboard is now open for business.
Air New Zealand has extended its credit offerings to give people more time to rebook delayed or cancelled flights.
Air New Zealand says it has not been approached and is not in discussions with any parties regarding a potential merger.
Air New Zealand’s first shipment of sustainable aviation fuel will arrive next week with more than 1.2 million litres on board.
Air New Zealand says it is the first passenger airline in the world to join a NASA Earth Mission.
Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand are launching a joint campaign in the US and Canada today to lure North American travellers to Aotearoa.
Air New Zealand long-haul passenger numbers reached 74,000 in July 2022, up 1492% from the 5,000 reported for the same month last year.
Air New Zealand is introducing a ‘one-off’ design on its newest Airbus A321neo, featuring a jet black Star Alliance livery and the iconic koru design moved from the tail fin to the wingtips.
Passengers numbers fell 10%, impacted by Auckland’s long Delta lockdown.
The first of Air New Zealand’s previously desert-stranded 777-300 aircraft has touched down in Auckland as it prepares to meet increased demand for travel.
Air New Zealand and the Department of Conservation have helped six young tūturuatu shore plovers to make the journey from Cape Sanctuary in Hawke’s Bay to Auckland’s Motutapu Island.
Consumer NZ has published advice for passengers affected by Air New Zealand’s continuing flight changes and cancellations.
Air New Zealand is reducing its service levels approaching a busy summer as it suffers its highest rates of crew sickness in a decade.
Air New Zealand is shaking the dust off one of its Boeing 777-300 aircraft for flight once again after two years of being stored in the Mojave Desert in the United States.
Passenger movements indicated significant increases from the Asia, Americas and UK markets.
The airline needs to reduce its carbon emissions by 28.9% by 2030 if it wants to be a net zero emitter by 2050.
The first Air New Zealand flight to Samoa will touch down at Apia tomorrow as the Pacific Island reopens its borders.
More than 3,000 roles from 30 businesses will be offer at Saturday’s major recruitment drive.
It may take several days to return to normal schedules, says the airline.
Air New Zealand has extended its Covid flexibility policy until 31 August following an influx of more than 20,000 passengers seeking to change their travel plans.
Air New Zealand has been ranked second in the Top Twenty Airlines in the World for 2022 and picked up Best Airline in the Pacific, Best Premium Economy, and Best Economy by AirlineRankings.com.
Air New Zealand is offering flight credit to domestic and international travellers affected by illness or as a result of flight cancellations due to staff illness.
Air New Zealand is heading into the busy July school holiday period amid potential disruption as staff illness and winter weather put pressure on the airline’s network.
Air New Zealand is ramping up capacity and adding 21,200 seats on its Los Angeles and Seoul flights later this year to meet growing demand for travel.
The border reopening to visa waiver countries contributed to an overall increase in international passengers on Air New Zealand journeys.
The airline will launch its delayed sleeping pods and a new business class suite in 2024.
Queenstown Airport has welcomed its first international service from Air New Zealand in almost a year.
Air NZ’s international services are ramping up but so are its staffing needs.
The airline says its ability to connect regions and countries is a major advantage for NZ’s business events industry.
Air New Zealand has topped the Kantar Corporate Reputation Index for a record eighth year in a row.
Air New Zealand says it now expects its FY22 loss before other significant items and taxation to be less than $750m.
The airline is also rolling out new sustainable serviceware, removing around 28 million single-use plastic dishes, knives, forks and spoons.
The public face of the supermarket group will take on a newly-created role to help address the airline’s environmental impact.
The reopening of the border has contributed to a significant increase in Air New Zealand passenger movements on international and long-haul journeys, despite an overall drop in passenger numbers for the airline.
Northland Inc has partnered with Air New Zealand to provide an online tool to encourage visitors to the Taitokerau Northland region, hosted on the Air New Zealand website.
But domestic numbers took a hit as the NZ’s Omicron wave put a lid on demand.
Air New Zealand is looking to recruit 200 additional staff in its contact centre to cope with an increase in travel demand.
The Tiaki Promise was launched by then Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis in 2018 to encourage people to act as guardians of NZ.
Air New Zealand and the government will trial a new Covid-19 testing solution, coinciding the the arrival of more visitors back into New Zealand.
Air New Zealand’s headquarters will pack its bags and leave the Auckland CBD for a refurbished office at Auckland Airport in 2024.
Air New Zealand is backing a new effort to bring a fleet of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as part of a car-sharing scheme.
And from 1 May, it will also remove its ‘no jab, no fly’ vaccination policy for international customers.
Services between NZ and key markets such as Australia, North America and Asia are ramping up again as airlines restore connections.
It includes a $1.2bn rights offer, $600m of shares for the govt, and a new unsecured Crown loan of $400m.