Air New Zealand will increase international capacity to China by 21.6% and Japan by 16% from November. In China, ANZ will increase service to nine-times-weekly on its Auckland-Hong Kong route, three-times-weekly on its AKL-Beijing route and four-times-weekly on its AKL-Shanghai route. ANZ plans to introduce a Boeing 747-400 on Japan routes between December and February. ANZ Deputy CEO Norm Thompson said, “We will be increasing our Auckland–Tokyo capacity by 16%, with the ...

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