A new partnership with Cathay Pacific will help Air New Zealand refocus its Hong Kong operations on connections to mainland China and other Asian destinations, following the New Zealand carrier’s decision to eliminate its Hong Kong-London flights. Air New Zealand will code-share with Cathay on all Auckland-Hong Kong flights from Jan. 31, and the two carriers have approval for a revenue-sharing joint venture on this route, Air New Zealand Deputy CEO Norm Thompson tells Aviation Week. Air ...
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