More international cargo flights for Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand has been awarded more international cargo flights under the Government’s Maintaining International Air Connectivity (MIAC) scheme. With the scheme extended through to October, the airline will operate around 30 flights per week to 13 destinations including Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, as well as maintaining air connectivity with key Pacific ports. With the trans-Tasman and Cook Islands bubbles now well under way, these services are currently operating ... [+]

Cargo Helping to Keep the Koru Moving

At Air New Zealand, cargo remains a critical component of its commercial structure so the recent extension of the International Air Freight Capacity scheme to the end of November came as welcome news to the team and customers alike. In terms of numbers, it equates to nearly 700 flights which ... [+]

Air New Zealand Automates Real-time Shipment Tracking

Descartes Systems Group, the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, announced that Air New Zealand, which operates a global network providing passenger and cargo services to, from and within New Zealand, is using the Descartes Core™ Unit Load Device (ULD) Tracking solution to automatically monitor the real-time location ... [+]

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