Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand Confident over Tackling Increased Fuel Prices

Air New Zealand Confident over Tackling Increased Fuel PricesIf oil prices go higher, even due to tension over a probable attack on Syria, higher fuel prices could be easily dealt with, said Air New Zealand, recently.

The reason behind the same, seemingly, is the highest net profit noted by the airline in past five years. The company told that its shares have seen a leap of 4.4%, touching $1.43 in early trading.

Air New Zealand Proposes ‘Take it or Leave it’ Offer to Staff

Air New Zealand Proposes ‘Take it or Leave it’ Offer to StaffIt has been unveiled recently that Air New Zealand engineering jobs' fate has been hanging in the balance for one additional year.

A total of 180 jobs are at risk since a "take it or leave it" offer has been put forth by the national airline on cutbacks in the wide-bodied grave maintenance work.

Air NZ Announces 180 Jobs Cut

Air NZ Announces 180 Jobs CutAir NZ has announced a massive job cut of 180 heavy maintenance jobs in the flight, reason being the falling demand of the heavy maintenance work.

Recently speaking upon the issue of the job cuts, the union leader has stated the announcements from the company very saddening. He said that the 180 heavy maintenance job cuts at Air New Zealand has come as a very disturbing news for the aircraft engineering.

Air New Zealand Asks Commerce Commission to End Cargo Cartel Case

Air New Zealand Asks Commerce Commission to End Cargo Cartel CaseAir New Zealand has urged Commerce Commission to end the Cargo Cartel Case. The airline has repeated that the company has not breached New Zealand competition law.

Air New Zealand General Counsel John Blair has expressed that Air New Zealand would request Commerce Commission to drop the charges after the retraction of key evidence.

Cargo Cartel Investigation Against Air New Zealand Finally Over

Cargo Cartel Investigation Against Air New Zealand Finally OverAccording to reports, the cargo cartel investigation, against Air New Zealand, by the US Department of Justice has finally ended. The Federal prosecutors have confirmed that they have stopped the probe through a letter.

The investigation had been going on since 2005, as airline continued to press for the past five years, that it had not done anything wrong.

New seat tech in Air NZ

New seat tech in Air NZAir New Zealand has decided for over a year to regulate its new seat technology. Before supplying it to other airlines it will be viewed properly.

Last week it returned to its home port of Auckland by its new Boeing, complete with Kiwi-designed interior after completing its first flight from the United States.

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