New Zealand recorded its lowest level of inflight delays in the quarter covering May, June and July 2014, down 52% on the same period from the previous two years. The country’s air navigation services provider (ANSP), Airways New Zealand, said deployment of an integrated air traffic flow and arrival management system was largely responsible for the lowest inflight delay minutes ever recorded across New Zealand’s four largest airports: Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and ...

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