AirNZ increases flights to North America

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP September 15, 2014 19:48

AirNZ increases flights to North America

Air New Zealand is adding more flights to its North American schedule. The popularity of the airline’s service between Auckland and Los Angeles will see the airline step up frequency next year from twice daily to three times a day on three days of the week.

Air New Zealand is also increasing capacity between Auckland and Vancouver by 10%. Next year it will operate five times per week from June to September (currently mid-July to late August).  The airline operates three times per week outside of this period.

Both the Los Angeles and Vancouver routes will get an additional boost during the New Zealand school holidays.  Air New Zealand will operate a third daily Los Angeles flight on Sundays in the July and October school holidays taking the weekly total to 18, and move from three to four flights per week to Vancouver during the October school holidays.

The arrival of 787-9s and their introduction on existing routes gives Air New Zealand flexibility to increase frequencies or add new routes with its other aircraft types.

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