It's become the first airline in the world to receive the new 302-seater 787-9 Dreamliner from the Boeing factory in Seattle. Air New Zealand CFO Rob McDonald says the wait's been worth it. He says Air New Zealand has a significant place in the world, when taking into account the number of passengers on board - and how many kilometres they travel. He says the features and economics that first drew the airline to the aircraft are even more valid than ten years ago.