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Air New Zealand re-establishes NZ Cargo business

Air New Zealand re-establishes NZ Cargo business

Air New Zealand re-established management of cargo on its domestic network with the launch of its National Cargo business this week.

Cargo capacity on the Air New Zealand domestic network had been previously contracted to a NZ Post joint venture company, Pace. The arrangement, which had been in place since 1999, was discontinued by mutual agreement.

“Air New Zealand National Cargo will continue to provide an extensive range of services to wholesale and commercial customers as well as the general public,” said Norm Thompson, Group General Manager Shorthaul Airline.

“As we offer an airport-to airport service, customers who require a door-to-door service can access these through courier or freight forwarding companies.
Alternatively, public customers can present their cargo at National Cargo counters at all main and regional airports across the country,” he said.

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