Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand to Increase Passenger Capacity

Air New Zealand to Increase Passenger CapacityAir New Zealand is getting ready for more passengers.

The airline is enhancing its international traveler capacity for the upcoming Northern Winter season, by nearly 5% and its domestic space by less than 4%.

Deputy CEO, Norm Thompson, says that the firm is beginning to observe recuperation in air voyage, though figures are still well less than the pre-fiscal disaster surges in 2008.

Air New Zealand Teaming up with Rival Virgin Blue

Air New Zealand Teaming up with Rival Virgin BlueIt has been reported that Air New Zealand is trying to form an alliance with rival Virgin Blue - which owns Pacific Blue in New Zealand - for a code-share agreement covering the Tasman and domestic travel in Australia and New Zealand as part of a connecting journey.

New Zealand Flights to London, on Time

New Zealand Flights to London, on TimeAfter the restrictions due to volcanic ash were lifted overnight, the Air New Zealand flights to and from London started to operate today as normal again.

It is for the second time, when London's air traffic authority has hoisted the threshold ash levels, under which, airplanes are considered safe to fly; even though Ash lingers over Britain's airports.

Price Fixing on Cargo by Japan Airlines and Air New Zealand: Australia’s Accusation

 Australia’s AccusationJapan Airlines and Air New Zealand on Monday saw an accusation coming from Australia, regarding their involvement in price fixing on air cargo, bringing to 15 the number of carriers that are being pursued by the country's corporate supervisory authority on the problem.

Cold War Breaks Between Air New Zealand and the Listener

Air-New-ZealandReports claim that Air New Zealand has accused the New Zealand Listener magazine of having a deaf ear.

In the midst of a war of words and sign language, both the organizations have engaged in a cold war.

Air New Zealand Ties-Up with Virgin Blue

Air New Zealand Ties-Up with Virgin BlueAir New Zealand aims to toss the reverse engines on transtasman control by the Qantas-Jetstar pair with its projected deal with Virgin Blue.

The airline put a stop to assumption that it was working on a deal with Virgin Blue Airlines yesterday, when it said that it would ask for regulatory sanction to form an alliance with the low cost hauler on the competitive trans-Tasman course.

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