Air New Zealand 777-200. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Boeing forecasts that airlines in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands will take delivery of 920 new aircraft valued at $120 billion over the next 20 years. Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP-Marketing Randy Tinseth said the Australian economy has fared better than the rest of the world over the past few years, moving to growth well ahead of the global economy: “We’re seeing that growth reflected in passenger ...

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