AUCKLAND—United Airlines will be one of the first carriers to step back from the wave of new international capacity that has been introduced in the New Zealand market. The airline has decided to suspend its daily San Francisco-Auckland flight between April 18 and Oct. 30. United launched the route July 1, following American Airlines’ introduction of Los Angeles-Auckland flights on June 25. New Zealand has become a growth market for several airlines over the past year, ...

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