Boeing and Air New Zealand have finalised an order for eight 787-10 Dreamliner planes valued at $2.7 billion at list prices. The carrier will integrate the largest Dreamliner model into its fleet of 787-9 and 777 planes from 2022.
Air New Zealand has launched a new safety video - Air All Blacks - in support of the team during its 2019 season and as they prepare for the World Cup in Japan next month.
Air New Zealand currently operates a fleet of 13 787-9 Dreamliners which chief executive, Christopher Luxon, said have proved to be the perfect aircraft for the airline’s Pacific Rim focus.
Air New Zealand has launched its latest above the line campaign. The airline is launching its UK campaign ahead of the summer, showcasing its London to Los Angeles route and highlighting its “a better way to fly” proposition.
Passengers of the two Star Alliance members will have access to codeshare options operated by Eva Air from Taipei to major destinations in Japan and South Korea.
Air New Zealand has become a new operator of the A321neo, following the delivery of its first aircraft. In total, Air New Zealand will acquire 20 A320neo family aircraft.
Air New Zealand is kicking off the design process for a new uniform for cabin crew and airport staff. Currently, close to 4,500 cabin crew and airport staff wear Trelise Cooper designed garments.
As Air New Zealand celebrates winning the title of Australasia’s Leading Airline at the World Travel Awards, Yolanda Yu, area manager for Hong Kong and Philippines at the carrier, tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have won.
Air New Zealand is giving customers a taste of the future with a new in-flight collaboration with Silicon Valley food tech start-up Impossible Foods.
Parents travelling with little ones will soon enjoy even greater freedom to choose how they fly with Air New Zealand making some enhancements to its award-winning Economy Skycouch.
Air New Zealand has announced earnings before taxation for the first six months of the 2018 financial year of $323 million, compared to $349 million in the prior period. The airline also announced the launch of a new direct service to Taipei, beginning in November 2018.