Air New Zealand plans to boost its service on North American routes next year, using aircraft capacity freed up by Boeing 787 deliveries. The carrier will add a seasonal third daily flight to its Auckland-Los Angeles route, flying Boeing 777-200ERs. The arrival of 787-9s and their introduction on existing routes gives Air New Zealand flexibility to increase frequencies or add new routes with its other aircraft types. The airline typically operates newer 777-300ERs on its Los Angeles flights, ...

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