Air NZ ramps domestic schedule on strong demand

Staff reporters
Fri, 24 Jul 2020

Air New Zealand has ramped up its domestic schedule for August to 70 percent of pre-covid 19 levels. The airline had planned to operate at about 55 percent of its usual capacity during August.However, it has been “pleasantly surprised with demand for domestic travel,” said Air NZ networks general manager Scott Carr.“As a result of demand, we’ve added or upgauged more than 400 one-way flights in August. This includes operating an additional 408 one-way flights and 18 flights which have been upgauged to a larger aircr...

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