Air New Zealand Prepares for Trans-Tasman Travel

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LONDON – Air New Zealand (ANZ) has significantly increased it’s Auckland to Sydney schedules as it prepares for Trans-Tasman travel due to restrictions easing.

23 return flights a week are scheduled from April 19th, an increase from four return flights a week currently.

ANZ are currently using Boeing 787 Dreamliners on the route, however, they are expected to use their A320/A321 fleet on the routes..

Air New Zealand also appears ready to bring back flights from Auckland to Perth, commencing on April 19th.

Direct flights between Wellington and Christchurch to Sydney are available from April 19. A day later, direct flights between Queenstown to Sydney resume.

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