Air NZ Makes More Changes To Offset Grounded Boeing 787s

Air New Zealand is adding another leased aircraft and cutting back parts of its schedule as it attempts to avoid more disruption resulting from engine issues on its Boeing 787 fleet. The carrier is already dry-leasing a Boeing 777-200ER and a 777-300ER to cover for the 787s, and it plans to lease a...

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