Air New Zealand’s Initial 787-9s Will Seat About 300 Passengers

Boeing 787-9 launch customer Air New Zealand plans to configure its initial deliveries with about 300 seats, representing a relatively large proportion of economy passengers, says an airline executive. The high ratio of economy seats reflects the fact that the early 787s will be deployed on Asian...

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