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Air New Zealand A320 Accident Update 4

Media Release
28 November 2008

Air New Zealand A320 Accident Update 4

Air New Zealand can now confirm the name of its fourth staff member who is missing after our Airbus A320 on lease to XL Airways from Germany was lost in the Mediterranean Sea this morning.

The staff member is Noel Marsh, who is a 35-year-old engineer based in Christchurch.

The families of Captain Brian Horrell, Noel Marsh and fellow Christchurch engineer Michael Gyles have authorised the release of photos of the two missing men.

Captain Brian Horrell

*****

Noel Marsh

*****

Michael Gyles

*****


The four missing men have served a total of 77 years with Air New Zealand.

Captain Brian Horrell – 22 years service
Michael Gyles – 30 years
Noel Marsh – 6 years
Murray White – 19 years

Air New Zealand will hold its next briefing for media at 8.30pm tonight at the Fanshawe Street office.

ENDS


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