ANZ’s B787-9 Asia services delayed

17 Sep 2014 by Clement Huang
Travellers flying to and from Tokyo Narita and Shanghai have to wait a little longer to experience Air New Zealand’s new Boeing 787-9, after the carrier announced it would be delaying the Dreamliner’s Asia debut. ANZ’s B787-operated flights to Narita and Pudong were originally to launch on November 10 and December 2, respectively. However, the carrier’s revised operation schedule now indicates the Dreamliner will only begin serving Tokyo from December 2, while touching down in Shanghai from 14 December. No reasons have been given for the delay. The airline’s Auckland – Perth and Auckland – Sydney services have already commenced and will continue to run according to original schedule. For more information, visit Clement Huang
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