Air New Zealand is the national carrier of New Zealand. The office and main hub are located in Auckland, the largest city in this state. The airline operates 21 local and 31 international flights to 19 countries of the Pacific region and the UK. Since 1999, he has been a permanent member of the Star Alliance Aviation Alliance. The basis of the Air New Zealand route network is made up of flights to Australasia (Australia, New Zealand, and several large islands of the region) and the South Pacific, as well as long-haul flights to the UK, USA, and East Asia.
Until 2013, Air New Zealand flights could travel around the world and fly around the globe, with transfers in Hong Kong, London, and Los Angeles. With the transfer of the Hong Kong-London flight to Cathay Pacific, this is no longer possible.
Air New Zealand has been repeatedly recognized by the airline of the year according to Air Transport World and is one of the three safest airlines in the world according to Jacdec.
- According to the influential British consulting agency SKYTRAX, specializing in the study of the quality of services provided by various air carriers, the airline was awarded four stars. This is a very good indicator.
- Air New Zealand is ranked 27th in the Safest Airlines of the World 2019 by Jacdec.
As of January 27, 2020, there are 64 airliners in the Air New Zealand fleet, 2 more are ordered. The average age of aircraft is 7.9 years.
The oldest – Boeing 777-200, with a tail number – ZK-OKJ. His age is 16.8 years. The newest is the Airbus A321neo, with tail number ZK-NNB. He is 0.2 years old.
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner