Virgin Australia is adding more routes and frequencies between Australia and New Zealand, as its impending split from partner Air New Zealand heats up an already fiercely contested market. The new flights are needed because Virgin Australia is losing services currently provided by Air New Zealand under their joint venture agreement. Air New Zealand sparked the breakup by deciding not to renew the partnership when its authorization expires in October. Under the joint venture, the pair ...

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