Air NZ worked for at least seven militaries

Staff reporters
Fri, 12 Feb 2021

Air New Zealand’s gas turbine business completed work for at least seven foreign militaries, an ongoing review has revealed.  Over the past decade, engine repair work has been completed for navies in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United States. As well as the controversial work done for the Royal Saudi Navy.The type of work undertaken for these customers includes the overhaul and repair of gas turbines, the major components of these being gas generators or power turbines for navy ships, chief executi...

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