The debut of Air New Zealand’s first Airbus A321neo will mark the start of a major upgrade of the airline’s international short-haul fleet, helping it confront a new phase of fierce competition in the Australia-New Zealand market. The carrier recently took delivery of its initial A321neo and plans to begin operating it on Australian routes from Nov. 23. A second aircraft is due to arrive within two weeks and should enter service by early December, Air New Zealand chief revenue ...

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