Air New Zealand is set to make further progress in its fleet-modernization efforts this year, buoyed by another strong financial performance. The carrier will complete the replacement of its Boeing 737s with Airbus A320s, ramp up the introduction of ATR 72-600s, and receive more Boeing 787s. The moves will increase the carrier’s capacity-growth rate, improve efficiency and allow to phase out older types. Air New Zealand has five Boeing 737-300s remaining in its domestic fleet, although ...

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