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Air New Zealand services disrupted by fog

4 August 2006,

Air New Zealand services disrupted by fog at Auckland Airport

Air New Zealand advises that many of its scheduled flights into and out of Auckland were disrupted due to fog affecting Auckland Airport this morning.

A total of 23 domestic jet flights were cancelled and approximately 30 regional services operated by Air New Zealand Link airlines.

One international return service Auckland -Sydney was cancelled and three inbound international services were diverted to Wellington.

An estimated 5,000 people have been affected by the weather disrupt so far this morning.

Passengers will be rebooked and travel on later services to/from Auckland as the weather clears later today.

ENDS

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