Air New Zealand add 50 percent more seats to hawaii
In a move to meet high customer demand Air New Zealand will increase its seat capacity on its Auckland to Honolulu route.
Beginning in late October this year through to March 2013, Air New Zealand will add a third weekly Boeing 767-300 service increasing the number of seats available by 50 percent.
Between 9 June and 1 September 2012 the carrier will also upgrade its regular twice weekly service to a larger Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
Air New Zealand group general manager Bruce Parton said the additional capacity coupled with more flexible fares will make this popular holiday destination even more desirable.
Hawaii has long been a popular destination for Kiwis seeking a winning holiday combination of sun, sand and shopping, Mr Parton said.
The additional capacity and more flexible fare structure will make Hawaii an even more affordable and accessible leisure option.
Additionally, Air New Zealand from mid June 2012 will be moving to 14 return services per week between Auckland and Los Angeles.
Plus the airline will be operating Boeing 747-400 aircraft on the Auckland San Francisco route five times per week, increasing to daily services in peak periods.
The Auckland - Vancouver route will also increase from four to five services per week between December 2012 and February 2013.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P