Air New Zealand willing to resume charter flights to Vanuatu

Edwin Mitson
Tue, 21 Jun 2016

By Edwin Mitson June 21 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand is willing to begin charter flight operations to Port Vila in Vanuatu following temporary repairs to the runway at Bauerfield.  In an e-mailed statement, it repeated its view that it would only resume a scheduled service once a permanent solution to issues with the runway was "fully funded, designed to a satisfactory standard and contracted to a competent contractor".  In January, Air New Zealand announced its was cancelling flights to Port Vila due to the state of the runway. Vi...

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