Fleet Changes Loom For New Zealand’s Air Chathams

Credit: Air Chathams
AUCKLAND—New Zealand’s largest privately-owned airline, Air Chathams, is preparing to make important fleet decisions as it considers which aircraft will replace the long-serving models it plans to phase out. Options being weighed include buying more ATR turboprops from Air New Zealand, or even...

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