About 50 Auckland and Hamilton mums, their 80 relatives and
well-wishers descended on Queenstown for a specially themed
Air New Zealand flight to celebrate Mothering Sunday and New
Zealand Music Month yesterday.
Air New Zealand has reported a strong start to the financial
year on the back of growing passenger numbers, cargo volumes
and yields, but brokers fear its performance could be hit by
the Christchurch earthquake.
Air New Zealand deputy
chief executive Norm Thompson yesterday welcomed a move by
the Queenstown Lakes District Council to seek independent
commercial advice on the strategic alliance between
Queenstown and Auckland airports.