Air New Zealand is considering new routes to North America after United Airlines dropping its place its first Boeing 787 on a new non stop service between its hub at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston and Auckland Airport. The New Zealand carrier already has plans to introduce additional North American destinations when it starts receiving its Boeing 787s from 2014. However, Air NZ is now looking to add services before then, CEO Rob Fyfe tells Aviation Week on the sidelines of the ...
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