As cargo helps New Zealand’s flag-carrier make a comeback, efforts are underway to ensure sufficient airfreight capacity for the country’s key seasonal exports.
In a devastating year for the air industry, Air New Zealand posted its first financial loss in almost two decades and laid off 4,000 staff.
However, with some 80% of New Zealand’s airfreight normally going in bellyholds, a near overnight switch to cargo-only flights has provided a “green shoot” …
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