Protection for air travellers in NZ is much weaker than overseas.
Leaving after four years for new job in a big private tourism business.
Adrian Littlewood says there needs to be sophisticated answer to a complex problem.
Company says systems needed to allow country to live with risk of Covid
The travel agent's workforce has more than halved this year.
The airline is rebuilding its network and laying on the service again - with some changes.
Andrew Ridling is a pilot union boss in the midst of aviation's worst commercial crisis.
And Tourism NZ says quarantine-free travel with Australia could pump $1b into economy.
Planning urged as to provide vaccines for the world population would fill 8000 Jumbo jets.
But epidemiologist Michael Baker skeptical of survey by the airline group.
The Auckland-Santiago service will be the first direct passenger flight for six months
An expert says the company and unions must draw from previous goodwill to bounce back.
Global airline capacity is down by half this year but study holds out some hope.
Air NZ has an internal replacement for Cam Wallace and will look globally for a new CFO.
Business hotel occupancy holding up as total tourism spend drops 15 per cent for year.