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Air New Zealand adds more capacity to Hawaii, Pacific Islands, returns to Bali

written by | October 10, 2013
Air NZ will increase capacity to key holiday destinations next year. (Dave Parer)
Air NZ will increase capacity to key holiday destinations next year. (Dave Parer)

Air New Zealand is will meet growing demand for seasonal travel from New Zealand to favoured holiday destinations, with the airline announcing it will increase capacity on its Auckland to Honolulu service, on Pacific Island routes and operate a third season of its Auckland to Bali service.

Four flights a week between Auckland and Honolulu between June and October next year will be operated, increasing to five a week over the peak period.

Air New Zealand will also operate a third season of its nonstop Auckland to Bali service next year and will increase capacity on the route by 40 percent. The twice-weekly 2014 seasonal service between Auckland and Denpasar will operate from between May and October, increasing to three a week over the most popular period between July and mid-October.


Overall capacity on Pacific Island routes will increase by 7.1 per cent between April to October.

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