Air New Zealanders set to vacate Auckland city

Staff reporters
Wed, 27 Apr 2022

Fanshawe offices will be surplus to requirements (Image: Colliers)
Fanshawe offices will be surplus to requirements (Image: Colliers)
Staff reporters
Wed, 27 Apr 2022
Air New Zealand says it will move its 1,200 Auckland-based staff out of its waterfront offices to its refurbished airport campus.The move follows the airline's recently announced capital raising and refinancing as it rebuilds capacity in the wake of the two-year pandemic. That caused it to trim employee numbers by almost 4,000, to a roster that currently numbers 7,840 staff.Of those, 5,500 will be housed at its remodelled Auckland airport campus from 2024. The expanded campus will include the construction of a new 10,000 square metre &...

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