Air New Zealand Mulls Leasing Aircraft to Bolster Operations

DALLAS – As the significant return of travel demand continues to cause disruptions to the aviation industry, Air New Zealand (NZ) is considering options to bolster its operations.

One of the options being considered by the airline is a wet-lease contract for a widebody aircraft for the busy summer period. The airline is expecting to operate 90% of its pre-COVID domestic and international capacity for the next six months.

In a statement, Air New Zealand’s Chief Executive Officer, Greg Foran, said, “We know customers want the Air New Zealand experience, and that’s what we want to deliver too.” 

He continued, “But at the read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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