Air New Zealand Advances 767 Phaseout

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AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand’s plan to accelerate the retirement of its remaining Boeing 767s will allow it to trim capacity growth and also improve fleet efficiency. The carrier has revealed it will phase out its last three 767-300ERs by April, a year earlier than it had previously indicated. This was...

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