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Air NZ makes schedule changes due to maintenance reqirements

7 December 2017

Air New Zealand makes schedule changes due to maintenance requirements


Air New Zealand advises that it will be retiming some international flights and making a limited number of cancellations over coming weeks as a result of two recent events involving the Rolls-Royce engines on its Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Rolls-Royce has advised that some of the Trent 1000 engines in the airline’s Boeing 787-9 fleet require maintenance sooner than previously indicated.

Rolls-Royce does not have any replacement engines available while this maintenance work is undertaken which means some schedule changes are unavoidable.

In addition to these changes, Air New Zealand is focused on securing replacement aircraft capacity.

Customers affected by these changes will be proactively contacted with new travel information. In addition to this, the latest available information on any schedule changes will be published in the Travel Alerts section of the Air New Zealand website. Customers are encouraged to check this first before calling the airline’s contact centre.

Schedule changes currently planned between Thursday 7 December and Sunday 10 December are as follows (all dates given in local time):

Thursday 7 December:

FlightRouteStatus
NZ175Auckland – PerthCancelled
NZ178Perth – AucklandCancelled
NZ31Buenos Aires – AucklandDelayed 8 hours, 55 minutes
NZ282Auckland – SingaporeDelayed 35 minutes
NZ289Auckland – ShanghaiDelayed 5 hours, 40 minutes
(now departing Friday AM)

Friday 8 December:

FlightRouteStatus
NZ97Auckland – OsakaCancelled
NZ98Osaka – AucklandCancelled
NZ175Auckland – PerthDelayed 3 hours, 30 minutes
NZ162Perth - ChristchurchDelayed 7 hours, 35 minutes
NZ161Christchurch – PerthDelayed 4 hours, 50 minutes
NZ289Auckland – ShanghaiDelayed 7 hours, 30 minutes
NZ288Shanghai – AucklandDelayed 1 hour, 45 minutes
NZ61Auckland – Rarotonga – SydneyDelayed 1 hour, 30 minutes

Saturday 9 December:

FlightRouteStatus
NZ30Auckland – Buenos AiresDelayed 5 hours, 35 minutes
NZ289Auckland – ShanghaiDelayed 7 hours, 30 minutes
NZ288Shanghai – AucklandDelayed 3 hours
NZ28Auckland – HoustonCancelled
NZ29Houston – AucklandCancelled

Sunday 10 December:

FlightRouteStatus
NZ289Auckland – ShanghaiDelayed 1 hour, 16 minutes

The above schedule changes will also be published to the Travel Alerts section of the Air New Zealand website shortly.

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