Air New Zealand reveals new safety ad concept, as it brings back ‘Mystery Breaks’
The airline has unveiled a few details about its next safety ad, and we promise it doesn’t feature any rapping or the All Blacks.
Air New Zealand’s first quarantine-free flight to NSW set for take-off
The airline is kicking off the first step in what we are hoping will be two-way travel between Australia and New Zealand sans quarantine by the end of the year.
Travel DAZE 2020 speaker spotlight: Kathryn Robertson, Air New Zealand
Air NZ’s Kathryn Robertson will be jetting her way onto the virtual Travel DAZE stage next month. Find out a little more about the aviation industry veteran right here.
Air New Zealand appoints new customer and sales chief, as CFO tenders resignation
While most of its planes aren’t in the air right now, at least the revolving door at Air New Zealand HQ is getting some use.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin Australia sale update, United makes COVID-19 tests available to customers + MORE
It’s been a landmark week for carriers near and far. Lucky for you, our Aviation Wrap continues to keep you abreast of the latest in this space.
Man charged after joking his cousin had a bomb on Auckland flight
Unsurprisingly, it is STILL a bad idea to joke about bombs when you are boarding a plane, just in case anyone was wondering. We hope you weren’t.
Aviation Wrap: Singapore Airlines to cut thousands of jobs, Rex authorised for Qantas/Virgin collab + MORE
It’s been a heavy week in aviation news, but we’ve lightened the load for you here by compiling yet another comprehensive wrap.
Air New Zealand’s commercial and customer chief to depart
A leaving card is doing the rounds at Air New Zealand. However, whether it’s novelty-sized is yet to be confirmed.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin’s company secretary resigns, Myanmar Airways appoints Australian GSA + MORE
It’s mainly good news in this week’s Aviation Wrap, with a sprinkling of announcements around the industry’s favourite buzzword: sustainability.
Air New Zealand swings to $416m loss, but domestic green shoots emerge
by Huntley Mitchell
As the headline suggests, it’s not all bad news for Air New Zealand. But it is mostly bad.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas’ $72m achievement, new solar farm to power all Melbourne Airport terminals + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap can be compared to an Airbus A380 at full capacity, meaning it’s jam-packed full of news and updates.
Aviation Wrap: Air NZ ramps up domestic schedule, Singapore Airlines raises millions + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it’d be a Fokker 100, meaning that it’s not too big but very reliable.
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