Virgin Australia is transferring all of its New Zealand-based aircraft to one of its Australian air operator’s certificates (AOC), as part of a broader move to improve the efficiency of its fleet operations. The airline has 10 Boeing 737-800s on its New Zealand AOC, used for flights between New Zealand and Australia and to South Pacific island destinations. By placing these aircraft on an Australian certificate, Virgin’s New Zealand AOC will cease to exist. Under the liberalized ...

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