Air New Zealand said it will replace 15 standard economy seats with eight premium economy seats in the main cabin of its eight 747s by the end of October. It also is near completion of the first stage of its two-stage cabin upgrade on its five 767s. By July it will finish replacing carpets, seat covers and curtains. Later in the year it will refurbish the galleys and lavs and add more IFE screens. ANZ leases two additional 767s and will not upgrade those aircraft, which are scheduled to ...

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