Air New Zealand issued a challenge to key New Zealand airports to follow Singapore's decision to cut landing charges by 10% to stem the drop in tourists (ATWOnline, Dec. 15). ANZ Deputy CEO Norm Thompson said Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch should follow suit and work with airlines to help stimulate travel. "We all need to play our part in stimulating travel. Airports could assist in keeping fares lower by reducing landing fees during this economic downturn," he said. "Unlike ...

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