Air New Zealand’s fourth and final B777 will soon resume service after spending 850 days in Mojave Desert storage. The aircraft will undergo maintenance at Air New Zealand’s hangar and resume operations on the San Francisco route later this week. “The return of all four B777 from storage shows how well the airline is bouncing back after COVID,” commented Alex Marren, Chief Operations Officer, Air New Zealand. “Having all our 777-300s back will help build more resilience and more seats into our international operation, meaning we can fly more customers to where they need to go – whether that’s to
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