Air New Zealand Plans Domestic Network Recovery

Air New Zealand is currently operating about 5% of its planned domestic capacity to accommodate freight and travel categorized as essential.
Credit: Rob Finlayson
AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand has revealed plans to restore many of its domestic routes when the country’s travel restrictions are reduced, which could occur within the next week. Like many other carriers, the airline suspended all but a handful of its domestic routes due to the COVID-19 crisis. The New...

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