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Air New Zealand slashes the price of its in-flight Wi-Fi by 25 per cent

11h nzherald.co.nz
When it was introduced about 10 days ago the price was $40 a sector but today the airline said today it had now been cut.

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Would you pay $40 a sector for Air New Zealand's inflight Wi-Fi

2018-05-18 nzherald.co.nz
Air New Zealand passengers will be able to access Wi-Fi on international flights — for a chunky price.

 
Royal treatment: How Air NZ passengers can cash in on Meghan and Harry's big day

2018-05-18 nzherald.co.nz
Air New Zealand will celebrate the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by offering free lounge access to passengers who share the same wedding date.

 
Blackstone strikes $635m 7-block Auckland office deal: Air NZ and Fonterra HQ to be sold

2018-05-17 nzherald.co.nz
Blackstone funds have struck a $635 million deal to buy seven big central Auckland office blocks, subject to Overseas Investment Office and land owner approval, the vendor has announced.

 
Battle of Business Class: The high stakes relaunch for Air New Zealand

2018-05-16 nzherald.co.nz
Just over 5 per cent of passengers fly business class or better but they provide nearly a third of annual global revenue for airlines which totals $1.1 trillion.

 
A seismic exchange of strategy

2018-05-16 nzherald.co.nz
Last year there was just one initial public offering on the New Zealand Stock Exchange's main board versus eight de-listings — despite the local sharemarket having otherwise enjoyed a record-breaking 12 months.

 
Time to reconvene Capital Markets Taskforce?

2018-05-16 nzherald.co.nz
It's time to reconvene the Capital Markets Taskforce and have a clear look at whether more state assets can be primed for partial privatisation through the mixed-ownership model (MOM) and beef up liquidity at the NZX.

 
Air New Zealand eyes return to Wānaka and commits to current regional routes

2018-05-15 nzherald.co.nz
Air New Zealand is considering restoring flights to Wānaka as part of a plan to grow its regional network by 20 per cent during the next five years.

 
MARKET WRAP: MSCI index reshuffle - the winners and losers

2018-05-15 nbr.co.nz
An MSCI index reshuffle sent shares for Fletcher Building soaring after it survived, but Mercury Energy shares fell as it was culled from the index.

 
Shares dip from record; Air NZ and Mercury fall

2018-05-15 nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand shares dipped from a record high, with Air New Zealand and Mercury New Zealand falling while Synlait Milk and Fletcher Building gained.

 
Air New Zealand fares going up by 5 per cent on domestic routes from Thursday

2018-05-15 nzherald.co.nz
Travel agents say they received the news from the airline yesterday - and today the airline confirmed it could no longer absorb extra costs.

 
Now Isn't The Time To Build A Position In Southwest

2018-05-14 seekingalpha
Southwest Airlines reported year-over-year April 2018 traffic with revenue passengers miles falling (0.3%) despite available seat miles increasing 1.5% year-over-year.

 
Revealed: Air New Zealand's top secret operation to revamp long-haul cabins

2018-05-14 nzherald.co.nz
The airline has taken space in a secure building near its downtown Auckland headquarters to develop new seats for its business premier class, timed for fitting into its next generation of long-haul planes early next decade, and for retrofitting into the aircraft that remain in its fleet.

 
Singapore Airlines to up Kiwi comfort with introduction of spacious A350 on Christchurch services

2018-05-13 nzherald.co.nz
It will be the first time the airline uses the new generation aircraft on flights to this country and it will replace a Boeing 777-200 that has been used on the route. The airline flies daily, year round.

 
Auckland's new visitor plan: Fix the problems

2018-05-11 nzherald.co.nz
Martin Snedden has a new mission. The man who ran New Zealand's hosting of the Rugby World Cup in 2011 wants to save Auckland.

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