Air NZ gets set for post-pandemic competition with cabin refit

Dan Brunskill
Wed, 29 Jun 2022

Air NZ gets set for post-pandemic competition with cabin refit
Air NZ's Greg Foran wants you to have a 'damn good sleep'. (Photo: Air NZ)
Dan Brunskill
Wed, 29 Jun 2022
This week Air New Zealand unveiled its new cabin design aimed at helping passengers sleep and protect its brand identity as the best possible way to travel to Aotearoa. The new design – which is the first full overhaul in 20 years – is heavily focused on three things: sleep, identity, and sustainability. Air NZ said it was responding to “overwhelming customer feedback” on the importance of sleep while travelling, something that is particularly important on ultra-long-haul flights, such as its 17-hour flagship r...

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