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Air Chathams says it provided more than $100,000 in discounted flights, free flights, cash support and luggage cost waivers in the last six months of 2019.
The Govt and Air NZ have apologised to the families of the 257 people who died in the Erebus disaster 40 years ago.
Minister for trade and export growth David Parker has headed to Korea on Air New Zealand’s inaugural flight from Auckland to Seoul.
Air New Zealand’s inaugural flight between Auckland and Seoul took off from Auckland International Airport on Saturday.
Around 14,000 travellers will have their plans disrupted over summer because of the faulty engines.
Air New Zealand says it is adding another 586 one-way flights between January and March next year following the withdrawal of Jetstar’s regional services.
Air Chathams is beefing up its its Whakatāne to Auckland service in time for the summer season.
American Airline’s commercial success of its AKL-LAX service and its new business partnership with Qantas has prompted its expansion in New Zealand, says the carrier’s managing director of Asia Pacific sales, Shane Hodges.
Air New Zealand is to launch a direct service to New York in October 2020, opening a lucrative new route into New Zealand’s third largest international visitor market.
The Kiwi boss of Walmart’s US business, Greg Foran, has taken the top job at the airline.
Tourism Bay of Plenty board director Laurissa Cooney has been appointed to the board of Air New Zealand.
More than 180,000 customer journeys on Air New Zealand were offset this financial year via the airline’s FlyNeutral carbon offsetting programme, up 40% on 2018.
New Zealand is flying blind when it comes to good data and reporting on aviation, according to the New Zealand Airports Association.
Jetstar is to stop flying its regional turboprop services in New Zealand from the end of November.
The outgoing CEO on succession, the future of the airline’s regional network, and a challenge to Kiwi flyers.
The latest video marks the ten-year anniversary of the airline’s unique take on safety campaigns.
Air New Zealand has partnered with hospitality training institute Queenstown Resort College to boost tourism trainign for students.