AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand is planning to boost the size of its domestic fleet by transferring Airbus A320s from its international operation, and is also considering ordering up to seven additional A321neos to use on domestic routes. The carrier has revealed it will move three leased A320ceos currently used in the international fleet to domestic services by the end of this year. These aircraft are being replaced by A320neos that are scheduled to be delivered to the international ...

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