Air NZ scheduling to remain at 5 percent of pre-covid levels

Staff reporters
Sat, 11 Apr 2020

Air New Zealand has extended its "significantly reduced" international schedule by a month to the end of June. The airline said today that it would continue to operate at an effective 95 reduction to pre-covid levels, enough to maintain essential travel and cargo air links on key trade routes.The busiest Tasman route would continue to be the Auckland to Sydney service, which would fly three times per week, with Auckland to Brisbane and Auckland to Melbourne services at two return services per week. There were only three long haul serv...

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