Air NZ extends minimal international operations timeframe

Staff reporters
Mon, 25 May 2020

Air New Zealand extended its schedule of minimal international operations by another two months to Aug. 31.In response to government travel restrictions and low demand due to the covid-19 pandemic, the airline previously announced a limited international network through to June 30, to keep air links open for essential travel and cargo movement on key trade routes.Overall international capacity is down around 95 percent.Air New Zealand chief networks, strategy and alliances officer Nick Judd said the airline continues to keep a close eye on the...

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