Air New Zealand is introducing new sustainability initiatives, including increasing its use of airport gate power and reusing a wide range of inflight products. The carrier expects to save a significant amount of fuel by plugging aircraft into ground electricity supplies when they are parked at gates. This will allow aircraft to turn off auxiliary power units, which are typically used to provide onboard electricity and air conditioning while aircraft are on the ground. Air New Zealand has ...

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