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Hawaiian Airlines stays with Air NZ for heavy maintenance

Thursday 23rd June 2011

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Hawaiian Airlines has renewed the contract for maintenance of its Boeing 767 fleet at Air New Zealand's Auckland engineering base.

The contract with Air New Zealand Technical Operations extended the current arrangement for a further five years, Air New Zealand said today.

Hawaiian Airlines' 18-strong fleet was on its third rotation through the Auckland base. The aircraft were scheduled one immediately after the other, occupying one heavy maintenance line in Auckland for 10 months a year.

Air New Zealand said the value of the new contract was commercially sensitive, but when the initial five-year contract was announced in July 2007, the company said it was worth around $45 million.



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