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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.
Air New Zealand will restart flights to and from Taupō and Timaru on 8 June, bringing back all 20 of the domestic destinations it serviced pre Covid-19, albeit with reduced frequencies.
Travellers on Air New Zealand flights around New Zealand will experience a different level of service compared with pre-Covid days.
Flights to and from Marlborough Airport will resume as New Zealand moves into alert level 2, says Marlborough District Council.
Air New Zealand will fly its 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft between Christchurch and Auckland three times a week to help transport cargo from the South Island.
Air New Zealand has added seven more domestic services to its Covid-19 alert level 2 schedule.
“We’ll be strongly encouraging Kiwis to support our tourism sector and to visit friends and family,” says Air NZ’s CEO.
Air New Zealand has donated more than 8000 inflight blankets to charitable organisations in New Zealand to support those in need this winter.
The first successful applicants for a new cargo scheme include Air New Zealand, China Airlines, Emirates, Freightways Express, Qantas and Tasman Cargo.
Air New Zealand has marked its 80th birthday with the release of two new videos reflecting on the history of the airline since its first TEAL flight to Sydney – a nine-hour journey using a Short S30 flying boat on 30 April 1940.
Air New Zealand has topped the RepTrack annual reputation rankings, being named the most reputable company in both New Zealand and Australia.
Air New Zealand will not resume its suspended Auckland-Buenos Aires and Los Angeles-London routes and has postponed the launch of its non-stop service to New York.
Three Air New Zealand flights will bring New Zealanders home from India over the next week, minister of foreign affairs, Winston Peters, has announced.
Tauranga and Napier have returned to Air New Zealand’s schedule.
Mystery surrounds a surge in the airline’s stock price of nearly 70%.
Air New Zealand’s domestic inflight quiz is now available via the airline’s Instagram page.
The airline says it will start bringing more domestic flights back at Covid-19 alert level 1.
An Air New Zealand charter flight returning from Frankfurt to Auckland via Vancouver is carrying five specialist water engineers.
The new schedule allows only for essential travel only and air freight.
Air New Zealand is moving faster than it needed to with plans to make up to 3500 employees redundant, says E tū assistant national secretary Rachel Mackintosh.
The airline that emerges from Covid-19 will be much smaller and largely domestic, says CEO Greg Foran.
The Government has fast-tracked up to $1m to help Air New Zealand move urgent freight to and from New Zealand, with the first flight going to Shanghai.
Air New Zealand Cargo has introduced a range of charter service to keep cargo moving to and from New Zealand during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Air New Zealand is adding more domestic capacity following prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s lockdown announcement yesterday afternoon.
Air NZ’s CEO says aviation will be reshaped by the Covid-19 crisis and the national carrier needs to be ready.
The airline is getting $600m at 7%-8% per annum and another $300m at around 9%.