Air New Zealand Reviews
Air New Zealand reviews are good, and it has just launched a new cabin interior for it's latest generation Boeing 777. It features a lie flat bed in economy class, vastly more room in Premium Economy, and revamped cushions in Business. There is also a new menu, with food on demand (from steam ovens) ordered by the seatback touchscreens. Air New Zealand Seats
It's larger than you'd expect, with a fleet of 99 aircraft, although many of these are smaller ones for the domestic routes. It flies to 26 international destinations in 14 countries across Asia, Europe, North America and Australia, and yet for many passengers, it can be an airline that they miss, or don't consider. Air New Zealand In Flight Movies
Air New Zealand has learnt from the big boys that it can no longer attempt to get away with it's old style full service, three classes on board, and all the trimmings. Now, domestic, it is just a low-cost carrier. Short haul over the Tasman it's facing up to a lot of tough competion (although not very well), and ultra long haul, it's realised that the days of offering business & first (in just 1970s seats) is long gone.
Now there is economy, or premium economy, and Business which Air New Zealand reviews show puts the old first to shame. As if that wasn't enough, Air New Zealand has now revamped economy again, with a novel design of seat that turns it into a bed, and Premium Economy that is almost the same as a business class seat. This really moves the airline into a whole new league. Air New Zealand 777 seat plan.
Many of these moves have been welcomed, and yet the airline still manages to run some top-class lounges, and yet, still, has many passengers who try very hard to book on another airline. Partly this is the fault of the Frequent Flyer scheme, Airpoints, which really isn't all that good. Reviews and opinions are mixed about Air New Zealand Trans-Tasman, where economy really isn't all that good at all, with pretty dire food and entertainment: the Asian & Gulf airlines do this run much better. There is also the issue that passengers who book on the Kiwi run never do so by accident - after all, noone transits via Auckland on a whim, unless NZ is the destination - the airline still has has some way to go. Air New Zealand Aircraft
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