Air New Zealand has increased its fleet size just over 50% in the last decade. The airline is able to rely more heavily on its Boeing 787-9s—the most recent arrived in July and two more are due in 2017—and 777-300ERs, reports Aviation Week & Space Technology. Twenty-eight Airbus A320-200s have also joined the fleet, up from only one in mid-2006.
Andrew Hewitt, head of engineering contracts and leasing for Air New Zealand, will be opening keynote speaker at Aviation Week's MRO Asia conference, discussing how Air New Zealand is adopting and leveraging technology to improve maintenance methods and ultimately reducing operating costs. Slide over the graphic to see more fleet details.
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