Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand's reflected good performance

Air New Zealand's reflected good performanceAir New Zealand's has received its credit rating upgrade from Moody's Investors Service. It has reflected good performance and flexibility through the recession and majority of the airlines had government support and ownership.

Air New Zealand showcases new design for the aircraft

Rob-Fyfe-Air-NZFor one of its domestic aircraft, Air New Zealand has showed off a new design.

Yesterday, the new livery was unveiled, which will adorn the company’s new A320 aircraft, by CEO Rob Fyfe at Sydney. As it will be painted black and emblazoned with a koru and a silver fern motif on the tail, the first plane in the A320 fleet will stand out from the rest.

Air New Zealand Tops Nation’s Leaders’ List

Air New Zealand Tops Nation’s Leaders’ ListGood blend of trustworthiness with a competitive attitude towards attaining its goal in the best possible way is a typical quality needed to build a reputation in the world of corporate business in New Zealand, and not just show off the number of notes that it has safe in its treasury.

The best count offered to lead the chart among players went to Air New Zealand.

More Flights to Operate Between Tauranga And Christchurch: Air New Zealand

 Air New ZealandAir New Zealand has announced to increase the number of flights between Tauranga and Christchurch. Air New Zealand, which had 5 flights a week flying between Tauranga and Christchurch, is planning to increase the number of flights in a week to 11.

Brushing Away Economic Blues: Air NZ in Plans Relating Expansion

 Air NZ in Plans Relating ExpansionIt seems that Air New Zealand is all in the daring mood, irrespective of the gloomy monetary scenario that is prevalent now, but also there have been recuperating signs, which may have ultimately boosted confidence to go ahead with its expansion plans.

AIAL Surprised Over Stake Buyout Opposition Queenstown

Bruce PartonAuckland International Airport Ltd has been facing an objection over its purchase of a 24.99% share in Queenstown Airport, from the locals as well as Air New Zealand.

The airline had bought the stake on July 8 after agreeing to pay $27.7 per share, in a deal which allowed it to increase its stake by up to 35% by June 30, 2011.