An influx of next-generation widebodies and narrowbodies is expected to boost Air New Zealand’s performance in key international markets, as the new aircraft expand its fleet capabilities and, more importantly, cut its operating costs. The carrier is garnering a lot of industry attention as the first to take delivery of the stretched Boeing 787-9, an aircraft perfectly suited to some of its long-range routes. However, equally significant is Air New Zealand’s recent orders for ...

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