Friday, June 20, 2008

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand has revealed that its Boeing 787-900s will be configured to seat 266 passengers in a 2 class configuration and will use the aircraft to upgrade services to Tokyo Narita to double daily by 2012.

In other ANZ related news, it will not be adding 2 additional weekly flights to HKG as originally planned. Its route to PVG-Shanghai will also remain at 3 weekly flights instead of the planned 4 however PEK-Beijing will be increased from 2 to 3 weekly flights.

Lastly, its flights to SFO will see an increase in capacity with the B 744 being used 5 times a week along side the B 772ER which will be used twice a week only.

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