Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe told ATW that a weight increase on the Boeing 787-9 could impact its operating plans for the aircraft, for which it holds orders for eight. “The 787 is a potential decision as well a potential project for us,” Fyfe said on the sidelines of the Star Alliance CEO meeting in Queenstown, NZ. ANZ is expecting its first 787 by the end of 2013, around three years late. He declined to identify routes for the aircraft. "We have some ideas but we are not ...

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