Air New Zealand, in an effort to operate one narrow-body aircraft type on domestic and short-haul international routes, has ordered 14 Airbus A320s to replace the 15 Boeing 737-300s in its fleet. ANZ intends to use the new aircraft to increase capacity on routes that are facing constraints at peak travel times. The airline operates 12 A320s on short-haul international routes now. Under terms of the agreement announced Nov. 2, ANZ also holds purchase options for another 11 of the same ...
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