Air NZ to continue alliance with Cathay Pacific, targets Asian tourists

Tue, 25 Aug 2015

By Joshua Riddiford Aug. 25 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand's has had its alliance with Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific on the Auckland-Hong route has been extended for another four years after the national airline got sign-off from Transport Minister Simon Bridges. The carriers each operate one daily return service on the route, increasing to a total of three daily return services over peak months in the northern hemisphere Winter season, Air NZ said in a statement. The agreement has been in place since January 2013 and would now continu...

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