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Air New Zealand's next big call - Boeing or Airbus?

Air New Zealand is getting closer to making the big call on its next long-haul model of plane. (60-0)

A personal obituary: Rob Cameron

The last time I heard from Rob Cameron was out of the blue, just before Christmas. (8-0)

Brian Gaynor: A2 Milk takes flight as Fletcher plummets

Wednesday was a watershed day for the NZX, with a2 Milk surging to the top of the market in terms of value, with a capitalisation of $8.6 billion. (27-0)

Air New Zealand Ltd. ADR 2018 Q2 - Results - Earnings Call Slides

2018-02-22 seekingalpha
The following slide deck was published by Air New Zealand Ltd. ADR in conjunction with their 2018 Q2 earnings call. (6-0)

Air New Zealand To Fly 787 To Taipei

2018-02-22 aviationweek
AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand plans to launch a nonstop flight from Auckland to Taipei, Taiwan, as the latest step in its strategy of growing its Pacific Rim destinations. The Taipei flights were announced at the same time as the carrier’s earnings for its fiscal half-year. The route is set to launch in November and will be flown 4-5 times a week using Boeing 787-9s. Taipei will be the carrier’s seventh route to Asia. (6-0)

Qantas soars to record profit, unveils buyback amid rosy outlook

2018-02-22 in.reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd said half-year profit jumped to a record on cost cuts and hikes in domestic fares - which combined with a share buyback sent its stock bounding higher. (16-0)

NZ shares gain as investors take a2 above $9 billion

New Zealand shares rose, led higher by another strong day for a2 Milk Co after signing a supply deal with Fonterra Cooperative Group, while Air New Zealand gained on a higher interim dividend. Tourism Holdings fell despite beating earnings expectations. (21-0)

Watch: The new Boeing 737 heading to New Zealand for Fiji Airways

Fiji Airways is on track to be the first airline to bring the new-generation Boeing 737 to New Zealand. (6-0)

Why Air New Zealand is flying from Auckland to Taipei in Taiwan

Air New Zealand says new non-stop flights between Auckland and Taipei will help boost tourism from Taiwan and provide more incentive for Kiwis to fly there. (6-0)

Fuel costs burn through Air NZ profits

The airline's net profit for the six months ended December was $232 million compared with the previous year's $256 million. (6-0)

Air New Zealand interim profit slips 9.4% - Channel NewsAsia

2018-02-21 channelnewsasia
WELLINGTON: Air New Zealand posted a 9.4 per cent fall in interim net profit on Thursday (Feb 22) but said it was still on track for its second-best full-year result. (6-0)

Air NZ post $232m half-year profit, on track for second highest result in company history

Air New Zealand today announced earnings before taxation for the first six months of the 2018 financial year of $323 million- and says it's on track for the second highest profit in the airline's history. (6-0)

Qantas-Emirates Reauthorization Gets Initial Approval

2018-02-20 aviationweek
Australian regulators have given draft approval to the renewal of the partnership between Qantas and Emirates, with some conditions revised. (6-0)

Air New Zealand’s Widebody RFP Expected This Year

2018-02-20 aviationweek
AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand is preparing a formal request for proposals (RFP) for Boeing and Airbus for aircraft that could meet carrier’s ambition to fly nonstop from Auckland to the U.S. East Coast. The airline is on track to issue an RFP this year, an executive told Aviation Daily. While Air New Zealand has already assessed preliminary information from the manufacturers, the RFP would provide much more detail on the airline’s requirements. (6-0)

Pramuk Perera: What is NZ's Sri Lanka plan?

New Zealand is planning to establish formal diplomatic relations with Colombo this year. NZTE is planning another trade mission to Sri Lanka. Having had several visits to this tropical island during his term, former PM John Key appeared to be a big supporter of Sri Lanka. PM Jacinda Ardern may enjoy watching the elephants, walking on golden beaches and the taste of pure Ceylon tea if she visits to open diplomatic relations in Colombo. (6-0)