Air New Zealand has launched the first of its Airbus A320 flights on trans-Tasman Sea routes from Auckland to Sydney and by 2006 expects all 15 A320s it has ordered to be in service. They're replacing four Boeing 767-200s and nine 737-300s on trans-Tasman and Pacific services, but the addition of the new single-aisle type doesn't mean Air New Zealand is headed for an all-Airbus fleet. "Air New Zealand is currently reviewing its long-haul strategy and any decision on fleet composition ...
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