Air New Zealand is signaling that its international review will result in capacity cuts on its London routes, while new flights will be launched in other markets. The international review, begun last year, is aimed at making the carrier’s international operation profitable. CEO Rob Fyfe tells employees in a memo that the airline is nearing the final stages of the review. Fyfe admits that there has been much speculation about whether the airline will continue flying to London, which ...
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