Air New Zealand increases services to North and South America

May 10, 2017 No Comments by

Air New Zealand will increase frequency of services to North and South America. Services from Auckland to Buenos Aires (EZE) which commenced in December 2015 and are operated in collaboration with Aerolineas Argentinas, will have up to five weekly services. Air New Zealand presently operates three weekly services. however effective 29 October 2017 these will increase to four times weekly. During the peak season from 11 December 2017 to 23 March 2018 there will be five weekly flights. All services will be operated with the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in a three-class configuration of Business, Premium Economy and Economy.

Services from Auckland to Houston Intercontinental (IAH) presently at a frequency of five weekly will go daily effective 04 December 2017. These flights are currently operated with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft however they are expected to switch to the Boeing 787-9 which offers a greater capacity of seats in the Business Premier and Premium Economy cabins. Air New Zealand services to the USA are operated in collaboration with fellow Star Alliance partner, United Air Lines.

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