Air New Zealand played down suggestions that the challenges facing the airline are over even as receding fuel prices are prompting a share price rally. In the past five months, ANZ's shares have climbed from NZ$1.20 ($0.82) to just above NZ$2, with some analysts suggesting it will triple its profit over the next four years. But CEO Rob Fyfe warned the carrier is far from where it needs to be. "The improving profit picture is deceiving. We have a long, long way to go before we will be ...

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