Air New Zealand has begun modification work on the first of its eight Boeing 777-200ERs that are due to be upgraded, and it is also planning a streamlined maintenance timetable enabled by fleet modernization moves. The first of the -200ERs is undergoing cabin modification at the carrier’s technical operations base at Auckland International Airport. The intention is to better align the -200ERs with the carrier’s newer 777-300ERs and the 787-9s that will begin arriving in ...

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