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Air New Zealand, Qantas and the Board of Airline Representatives of New Zealand have criticised Auckland Airport’s proposed landing fee increases for putting tourism at risk.
Workforce boosts for critical aviation agencies, airport investment and improved fuel infrastructure are important for the future of aviation, writes BARNZ executive director Cath O’Brien.
The Board of Airline Representatives is advocating for increased jet fuel holdings at multiple ports to ensure reliable and safe fuel supply for airlines.
CEO Carrie Hurihanganui rejects criticisms from BARNZ of a lack of consultation and “monopolistic behaviour”.
Airlines are trying to move passengers but are being hampered by flood-ravaged systems.
Airports should have all necessary systems in place to cope with scheduled international flights, says the Board of Airline Representatives of New Zealand.
The former head of regulatory affairs at Air NZ takes the reins from Justin Tighe-Umbers.
Heritage Hotel Management and BARNZ have recruited former Air New Zealand executives to help lead their organisations.
The aviation industry has welcomed the New Zealand and Singapore governments’ Sustainable Aviation Arrangement to create a more sustainable future for aviation.
Airline industry leaders are cautiously optimistic the government will shift away from its conservative stance towards allowing international travellers back to New Zealand once more data become available.
Executive director Justin Tighe-Umbers says NZ risks being left behind as other countries resume international travel.
Industry will soon move into a working group phase on the proposal, says the airline association.
Airlines are concerned about their ability to influence state housing developments when a new Parliamentary Bill becomes law.
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Auckland Airport rejects criticism hefty rises in aero charges could hurt tourism…
…as airline groups say passengers will pay in the pocket, impacting travel
Weekly hotel results: Auckland stable while others slide