Jetstar to further grow domestic New Zealand flying
Low cost airline Jetstar announced that it would increase its domestic New Zealand operations. The airline will also add two Aibus A320 aircraft to New Zealand routes within next year.
According to Jetstar's Chief Executive Officer, Jetstar plans to further grow the existing domestic NZ routes and would investigate new destinations in line with the strong and expanding market presence since commencing domestic flying in June 2009.
According to him Jetstar would look to build more frequencies from existing key ports in Auckland International (AKL), Christchurch International (CHC) and Wellington International (WLG) with an expanded domestic NZ operation well in place in advance of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Jetstar currently operates five domestic NZ routes between Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown.
Petra Vaškových, Aug 17, 2010
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