Air New Zealand has achieved 0.1 RNP for operations into Queenstown,  giving it the ability to operate down to a cloud deck of 600 ft., 423 ft. lower than the previous 0.3 RNP, with the 737-300. The ceiling for the A320 in RNP 0.1 is even lower at just 400 ft. ANZ introduced RNP in 2007 with its 737-300s and then became the lead airline with certification of the A320 for RNP in 2008. Once approved for RNP 0.1, it worked with Naverus, now a subsidiary of GE Aviation Systems, to ...

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