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Air New Zealand and in partnership

From 30/9/2008


Air New Zealand and in partnership to bring talent and investment to Aotearoa.

Leading New Zealand migration community, and Air New Zealand are working together to ensure safe and comfortable arrival to NZ.

“With over 9,000 families due to arrive in New Zealand over the next 12 months partnering with an airline makes perfect sense” CEO, Tammy Bell said today.

Recently voted Best Community Website in New Zealand, directly meets the needs of highly skilled migrants and business investors who not only deposit an astounding 8.8 billion in to the New Zealand Economy annually but also bring much sought after international skills and experience. was launched in 2005 by UK migrants Mike and Tammy Bell. By creating realistic expectations of moving to, working and living in New Zealand the community has achieved excellent results in raising the rate of successful settlement and integration of these highly valued newcomers. In just three years membership has grown to over 28,000,

Mike Bell, architect of the site comments: “We are extremely excited to announce Air New Zealand as our airline of choice and our newest partner; they join a select but growing list of supporters – all great New Zealand companies”


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