A sweeping business review by Air New Zealand has resulted in a cost-cutting plan that will include aircraft delivery deferrals, although the carrier has also unveiled a new international destination and widebody cabin upgrades. The review was prompted by an earnings downgrade issued Jan. 30. While the airline still expects to achieve a healthy profit in its fiscal year through June 30, it is concerned about a downward trend in passenger demand that it believes signals a fundamental market ...

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