Air New Zealand (ANZ) posted a fiscal-year net profit of NZ$81 million ($68 million), down 1% compared to the year-ago period.
Air New Zealand A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson Air New Zealand (ANZ) posted a fiscal-year net profit of NZ$81 million ($68 million), down 1% compared to the year-ago period. The airline’s second half was severely impacted by natural disasters, including earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand that resulted in a NZ$37 million loss after a NZ$112 million profit in the first half. ANZ said the Christchurch earthquake in February, soaring fuel prices and foreign exchange losses ...
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