AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand will boost its MRO capabilities at its Auckland hub by constructing another hangar, which the carrier said will be the largest in the world built with a single-span timber arch design. The 10,000 square-meter hangar is to be built at the airline’s engineering base at Auckland International Airport. Construction is expected to begin toward the end of 2019, and will likely take about two years to complete, an airline spokeswoman said. The airline is not ...

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