Review aims to restore Air New Zealand's international operations to financial health
Air New Zealand is planning a major shake-up of its international operations next year, and it will implement changes as quickly as possible to stem the flow of red ink from its long-haul business. The airline is scrutinizing its international services in a review it expects to complete in the first quarter of 2012. “All options are on the table,” including changes to routes, alliances and cabin configurations, Air New Zealand's general manager for international operations, Christopher ...
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