AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand has announced it will launch nonstop flights to New York in October next year, and at the same time will cut its long-running Los Angeles-London service. The airline has previously discussed its desire to add New York to its U.S. gateways. In its latest announcement the airline said it will fly to Newark Liberty International Airport 3X-weekly, using Boeing 787-9s. Newark is a hub for its U.S. partner United Airlines. Air New Zealand said the flight time will ...

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