Origin Pacific Airways suspended passenger service on Aug. 10, saying that a "hoped for capital injection" did not occur but that its "profitable" freight business would continue, albeit with a "fraction" of its 260 employees. It announced Friday that it let go all passenger service staff and was unable to offer any assistance to stranded passengers. The nine-year-old airline said Air New Zealand reneged on an agreement to assist those passengers following comments made by a Member of ...

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