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Air New Zealand battles to overcome fuel shortages

Air New Zealand battles to overcome fuel shortages

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Air New Zealand’s domestic network is operating largely as normal and the situation is beginning to stabilise as the airline manages its way through the impact of Refining New Zealand’s temporary shut-down of its pipeline to Auckland.

Al Mulla takes up executive role with Etihad

Al Mulla takes up executive role with Etihad

Etihad Aviation Group has announced the appointment of Mana Mohamed Saeed Al Mulla as chief group support services officer. He will be responsible for a range of support functions, including IT services, procurement and supply management, and property and facilities management.

Air China to connect Beijing to Brisbane for first time

Air China to connect Beijing to Brisbane for first time

Air China will soon begin non-stop flights between Beijing and Brisbane from December 11th. The new route will provide a convenient connection between China's bustling capital city and the sunny climate of the southern hemisphere, where passengers can experience adventure, and appreciate local art, culture and cuisine.

Ryanair seeks to process most passenger cancellation claims by Friday

Ryanair seeks to process most passenger cancellation claims by Friday

Ryanair today has offered passengers an update on its progress at working through the cancellation of 2,100 of its 103,000 flights over the next six weeks. The low-cost carrier has revealed it expects to have re-accommodated over 175,000 customers on other Ryanair flights – over 55 per cent of affected customers.