Air New Zealand continues to recover from the global pandemic’s effects. Today I talk about the recovery of their route network, how Australia will benefit from the re-opening of the country and in addition, I explore the Boeing 777-300ER’s activation.
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First to the one person who sees this comment your amazing
I'm excited enough about this news of reinstating of services, but furthermore, in terms international routes to North America, I'm more excited for the launch of brand new services from Auckland to New York City, the soon-to-be longest route ever of Air New Zealand!
Will ORD service be returning?
In which year did ANZ pick up the first B787-8/9 Dreamliner?
Informative video, but I must take exception to you calling the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand "The Pond". The Pond is a nickname for the Atlantic Ocean between Europe and North America. The corect alternate name for the Tasman Sea is "The Ditch".
I'm looking forward to be back in NZ next year. Tickets already bought.
That is great
Will Perth get daily flights?
What do you think of the new cabin announcement?
I will be interested to see what their flight safety videos are going to be like post-pandemic.
Weren't ANZ retiring their 77Ws?
Hope to hell mask mandates will be removed by the time I fly.
When you going to report about beds for long haul flights ✈️ with air new zealand?
I'm a Kiwi and I love Air New Zealand! Oh By the way Air New Zealand announced a new cabin but I think they announced it a long time ago but they have started to do something now!
Impressive black and white Livery… NZ’s rugby team is named the All Blacks.
As a kiwi its great to see all these services return to our network its been a long while and has got me excited to travel again at some point in the near future
yes lets all get back to normal..please
My dad works for air nz
I'm watching this Video Topic on Air New Zealand on There Massive News coming out from Auckland,New Zealand for the first time since we haven't heard from them so I hope & pray that they'll continue to be successful in the Aviation Industry during COVID-19 and I hope one day I will fly with them soon God's Willing even Qantas Airlines which did a little visit to my home Country Barbados where I am from Awesome Video DJ'S Aviation keep going man nuff respect to all your Videos on Aviation 100%
I'd love to see NZ fly to London via LA
If only all airlines were this strategic
All there is left now is to introduce flights from Auckland to Darwin and Auckland to Alice Springs.
It’s about time. Their current business class is terrible. I’ve flown it many times as an upgrade, but would never pay for it. When I pay for business class I go with Singapore Airlines.
Great video 👍👌
Love to see this for Air New Zealand! I thought I heard something about them coming to Toronto sometime, is that true?
It’s root not rowt!
I've used Air NZ at least 10 times from London to Auckland, the last time in January and February 2019.
I always enjoyed the flight with Air NZ, the staff are very friendly and I found the service to be very good.
I was saddened when they announced in 2020, prior to COVID lockdowns, that they were dropping the route to London and effectively shrinking to serving Pacific rim locations and a few US destinations.
I'm in the process of booking up my next trip to NZ in the new year and was looking at using Virgin to LAX or SFO and then getting Air NZ to AKL, however it looks like Singapore Airways may provide the better option as the transfer at LAX or SFO can be a bit of a trial having done it on a couple of occasions.
If Air NZ reinstate a route to London I'll be using it even if they end up going to LGW in stead of LHR.
(I live within 3 miles of LHR.)