United Airlines will be one of the first carriers to step back from the wave of new international capacity that has been introduced in the New Zealand market. The Chicago-based carrier has decided to suspend its daily San Francisco-Auckland flight between April 18 and Oct. 30. United launched the route July 1, following American Airlines’ introduction of Los Angeles-Auckland flights on June 25. New Zealand has become a growth market for several airlines over the past year, ...

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