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The airline is rebuilding its network and laying on the service again - with some changes.
Tourism minister Kelvin Davis defends job in portfolio he says he wants to keep.
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.
Air NZ has an internal replacement for Cam Wallace and will look globally for a new CFO.
Veteran follows four fellow executives in departing Fanshawe Street.
Big shortfall in STA liquidation as Deloitte investigate recovery options.
The state-owned enterprise saw traffic collapse 95 per cent earlier this year.
Airline outlines priorities for international network and other parts of business.
The airline has been rocked by Covid-19 - an unprecedented black swan event
Airpoints members have been given a further break to maintain their status.
Former Aucklander has 'maintained regular order', an Obama official says.
While international passenger revenue has tanked, freight offers some hope.
The cash-strapped airline is selling off more memorabilia.
Administrators Deloitte say they have uncovered a "significant co-mingling of funds".
Zero-emission aircraft would help airlines under pressure to clean up their act.
Expedition and luxury cruise ship companies hope to be sailing this summer
The company says the grant has protected jobs at loss-making business.
It appears Australians are even more desperate to fly again than we thought.
Airlines struggled to make flights pay when passenger loads were restricted
All passengers tested negative for Covid-19 before flight
Airlines are now able to fill planes which should lead to cheaper fares.
How the airline puts its planes into deep storage for a year at least.