Air New Zealand. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts.

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Air New Zealand is national air carrier of New Zealand. Office and the main hub is located in Oakland the biggest city of this country. Airline company makes 21 local and 31 international flights to 19 countries of Pacific Region and to Great Britain. Since 1999 Air New Zealand is permanent member if aviation alliance “Star Allience”. The base of Air New Zealand route network make flights to Australasia (Australia, New Zealand and some huge islands of the region) and South part of the Pacific ocean and also long-haul flights to Great Britain, USA and Eastern Asia.

To 2012 with Air New Zealand routes could be made round-the world trip with transfers in Hon Kong, London and Los Angeles. After transmission of the route Hon Kong – London to Cathay Pacific airline company there is no such opportunity anymore.

Air New Zealand for several times was declared the “airline company of the year” according to “Air Transport World” edition and enters the top three of the world safest airline companies according to Jacdec.

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Company ratings and achievements

4-Star-Airline_150 4-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents good quality of services.
SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.
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"Air New Zealand" takes 2 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
Jacdec (from 1989) has become a global source for professional and accurate aviation safety information for the benefit of companies, aviation professionals and individual travellers.
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“Air New Zealand” planes

As of August 29, 2017 "Air New Zealand" operates a mainline fleet of 54 airplanes, 2 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 7.1 year.

The oldest aircraft is Airbus A320-200, with reg.number ZK-OJA. It is 14.1 years old. The newest one is Airbus A320-200, with reg.number ZK-OXM. It is - 0.9 years old


“Air New Zealand’s” aircraft fleet

Airbus A320-200 – 30 aircrafts
Airbus A320-200 Air New Zealand
  • The newest one – ZK-OXM - 0.9 years
  • The oldest – ZK-OJB - 14.1 year

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Airbus A320-200 +

Boeing 767-300 –

Air New Zealand Boeing 767-300

  • The newest one –
  • The oldest –

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Boeing 777-200 – 8 aircrafts

Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200

  • The newest one – ZK-OKH - 10.7 years
  • The oldest – ZK-OKA - 11.9 years

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Boeing 777-200 +

Boeing 777-300 – 7 aircrafts

Air New Zealand Boeing 777-319er

  • The newest one – ZK-OKS - 3.0 years
  • The oldest – ZK-OKM - 6.8 years

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Boeing 777-300 +

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner – 11 planes

Air New Zealand Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest – ZK-NZC - 4.1 year

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Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner +

Official website – www.airnewzealand.com