Air New Zealand to suspend Hong Kong – Heathrow flights

Nov 05, 2012 No Comments by

Air New Zealand will suspend HKG-LHR services from March 2013. As a consequence the LHR Cabin Crew base will be reduced by approximately 70 people. Capacity will be increased to LAX and SFO.
Air NZ and Cathay Pacific will enter into a strategic partnership which will include code-sharing, reciprocity with lounges/frequent flyer benefits. Both carriers will maintain currently frequencies on services from AKL-HKG.

Air France/KLM, Airline News

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