Air New Zealand is introducing Boeing 787-9s to more international routes thanks to a second wave of deliveries, while in its narrowbody fleet, the airline will soon phase out the last of its 737s. The carrier received its first three 787-9s in late 2014, and is adding another three in the second half of this year. One arrived in late July, another this week, and the carrier’s sixth 787 is expected within the next few months, Air New Zealand executives have told Aviation ...

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