Air NZ joins govt's cross-agency panel for air travel

Paul McBeth
Wed, 22 Feb 2017

By Paul McBeth Feb. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand has joined the panel of carriers providing air services in the government's cross-agency contract designed to get the best deal for the taxpayer.  Subject to government sign-off, the national carrier will be another addition to the panel, which expanded the number of airlines government departments can fly with. The new agreement is for a four-year term, with potential for three two-year rights of renewal.  Air New Zealand and other unnamed airlines were still in negotiations when...

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