Air New Zealand grounded (10-Sep-020) its Boeing 777 fleet until at least Sep-2021 due to the ongoing impact of coronavirus. In May-2020, the airline grounded the majority of its seven Boeing 777-300 aircraft until the end of 2020.
At the same time, the company signalled it was unlikely to operate its eight Boeing 777-200 aircraft in the foreseeable future and began preparing to send these into long term storage overseas.
Four of Air New Zealand’s Boeing 777-300 aircraft will be stored in Victorville, while the remaining three will stay in Auckland where they are able to be returned to service if required. The airline’s Boeing 777-200 aircraft will be sent to long term storage facilities in both Roswell and Victorville, from later on 10-Sep-2020.
Air New Zealand COO Carrie Hurihanganui said the recovery of the airline’s international network post-coronavirus is looking to be slower than initially thought.
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