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Air New Zealand
looks across the Tasman — August 2018

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After being rescued by the government at the start of the millennium, Air New Zealand has been consistently profitable ever since — and is now prioritising the trans-Tasman market as it builds up traffic flows onto its long-haul routes to the Americas.

Air New Zealand dates back to 1940 and a carrier called Tasman Empire Airways, but today the New Zealand flag carrier operates to 20 domestic and 30 overseas destinations in 19 countries out of its main hub in Auckland, with secondary bases at Christchurch and Wellington.


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