AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand has confirmed an earlier commitment to order eight Boeing 787-10s and is also moving closer to selecting a new CEO. The carrier’s shareholders approved a firm order for the 787-10s on Sept. 25, with options for 12 more. A letter of intent for the aircraft was signed in May and the terms of the deal, valued at $2.7 billion at list prices, remain essentially unchanged in the firm order, the carrier told Aviation Daily, which mean Air New Zealand has ...

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