Air New Zealand has revealed more details of where it will deploy its Boeing 787-9s, on what will be the first routes for the -9 variant operated by any airline. Initial 787-9 deliveries will be used on long-haul flights from Auckland to Shanghai and Tokyo, and midrange flights to Perth, Papeete, and Honolulu. The first 787-9, which is due for delivery in July, will probably be used on Auckland-Perth flights for a short period, the carrier tells Aviation Week. Then it will likely be ...
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