Air New Zealand Announces Winter Schedule Operations, Extends Suspension of Chicago Flights

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Air New Zealand has announced its operational plans for the winter schedule starting October 27.

The airline will resume operations of the Auckland to Hobart, Seoul/Incheon routes, which were suspended during the summer, operating three round trips per week for each.

Additionally, the Auckland to Tokyo/Narita, Singapore, and Taipei/Taoyuan routes will all see the introduction of the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. This aircraft features an increased proportion of premium class seats and a 30% increase in cargo capacity compared to the Boeing 787-9.

The suspension period for the Auckland to Chicago route due to the inspection of Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines will be extended. A restart of operations is planned for the second half of 2025, upon reception of the new Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

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