Air New Zealand plans to add two more Boeing 777-300ERs in 2014, and their arrival is expected to coincide with other major fleet moves. The leased 777s are due to be delivered in June and September next year, while Air New Zealand’s Boeing 787-9s are expected to begin arriving in the middle of 2014. At about the same time, the carrier intends to retire the last two of its Boeing 747-400s. The airline is not yet revealing the lessor of the 777-300ERs, although a deal will be ...
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