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Hawaiian sticks with Air NZ for 767 heavy maintenance

written by | June 27, 2011
A Hawaiian Airlines 767. (Seth Jaworski)

Hawaiian Airlines has renewed its Boeing 767 heavy maintenance contract with Air New Zealand for a further five years, continuing a long standing partnership between both airlines.

The renewed contract will continue to see Hawaiian’s 18 strong 767 fleet rotate through Air New Zealand’s Auckland heavy maintenance facility, with one aircraft already occupying the heavy maintenance line for 10 months of the year.

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