Morning flights between Auckland and Dunedin will be re-timed
following the addition of a new Airbus A320 to Air New
Zealand's domestic fleet.
The changes will kick in from March 2015, when the airline
will operate an earlier direct return service between the two
cities, leaving Auckland at 7.25am and returning from Dunedin
Air New Zealand announced the addition this month, and said
it had accelerated the purchase of the aircraft to allow for
improvements to the Dunedin-Auckland schedule, in response to
Dunedin International Airport Chief Executive John McCall
said the greater flexibility offered by the flight changes
would be particularly welcomed by the business community.