Air New Zealand

Competition slices into Air NZ profit

Competition slices into Air NZ profit

Competition was increasing for Air New Zealand, which would start to erode the benefits of lower fuel prices, particularly in the 2017 financial year, Forsyth Barr broker Peter Young said.

Air NZ boosts resort service

Air NZ boosts resort service

Projects to improve Queenstown Airport may be brought forward to cater for an extra 140,000 passengers expected to travel to the resort with Air New Zealand next year.

Pilot refuses to fly gang members

Pilot refuses to fly gang members

Three Hells Angels members were grounded yesterday after becoming aggressive with Air New Zealand staff over their gang patches.

First Dreamliner arrives

First Dreamliner arrives

The first of 10 of Air New Zealand's long-haul Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners arrives in the country from Seattle on July 11.

Direct flights for early birds

Direct flights for early birds

Air New Zealand has returned a direct morning flight from Auckland to Dunedin to its schedule, a small piece of good news for the city's air services and business community.

Airbus order offers 'financially superior outcome'

Airbus order offers 'financially superior outcome'

Air New Zealand has signed a major aircraft order with Airbus which will replace its Tasman and Pacific Island fleet. Business editor Dene Mackenzie talks to Forsyth Barr broker Andrew Rooney about the implications of the order for the national carrier.

Air NZ refreshing Airbus fleet

Air New Zealand is replacing its Airbus international aircraft with new models worth $1.6 billion as it refreshes its fleet.

Air New Zealand letter a 'brush-off'

Air New Zealand letter a 'brush-off'

Labour member of Parliament Clare Curran is ''disgusted'' by Air New Zealand's response concerning the cutting of a direct flight from Auckland.

Air NZ profit contrasts with transtasman result

National transtasman air carriers Air New Zealand and Qantas are on markedly different courses, Air New Zealand having reported a healthy profit and buoyed by bright outlook, while Qantas, which booked a heavy financial loss, has announced massive redundancies.

Businesses demand Air NZ answers

Businesses demand Air NZ answers

The chief executive of Air New Zealand has been invited to Dunedin to hear concerns from the business community about the axing of a late-night flights.

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