New Zealand’s newest airline will take its aircraft on a nationwide tour on Sunday, a week before flying scheduled flights. Ahead of a proving flight with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Monday, Hamilton company Kiwi Regional Airlines will take its SAAB 340A on tour to five airports – New Plymouth, Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown. Before they can operate airlines are required to conduct proving flights in order to gain certification from the CAA. Kiwi Regional Airlines will fly return flights between Hamilton and Nelson, Nelson and Dunedin, and Dunedin and Queenstown from October 27.
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