Air New Zealand

( NZ / ANZ )



Destinations of their 777s

Hub(s): AKL

in Africa: none

in Asia: HKG, PVG, SIN

in Oceania: SYD, BNE, MEL, NAN, RAR, APW

in the Americas: SFO, LAX, IAH, YVR, EZE

in Europe: LHR

Fleet

  act ord opt
777
0
0
0
77E
8
0
0
77L
0
0
0
77F
0
0
0
773
0
0
0
77W
7
0
3
 
15
0
3
act = active
ord = on order
opt = options

Engines

- 777-219ER: RR Trent892
ZK-OKA ... OKH
(Avrg. age: 11 years;
Avrg. utilisation: 12:04 hrs/day)

- 777-319ER: GE90-115B1L
ZK-OKM ... OKS
(Avrg. age: 5 years;
Avrg. utilisation: 15:02 hrs/day)

Range

- 777-219ER: 14.316 km
- 777-319ER: 14.685 km

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About

Air New Zealand has ordered its first 777s on 25th August 2004 for major fleet expansion.
"The new Boeing 777-200ER is one of the most advanced passenger aircraft ever made and will expand our capabilities for long-haul operations," said Fyfe, CEO of Air NZ, during the order ceremony. "It will also help us take the uniquely Kiwi experience we deliver our customers to another level."
In early August 2007 Boeing and Air NZ have finalized an agreement for an order of 4 B777-300ERs (plus 3 options). These 77Ws will replace NZ's fleet of 744s and will have 40 to 50 more seats than Air NZ's 77Es.
During the order signing NZ's CEO Fyfe said:
"These new -300ERs will help us build on the success we've had with our existing 777s," ... "There's no doubting the 777's passenger appeal, and its fuel efficiency is a very good fit with our very strong commitment to the environment."

Air New Zealand plans to update the cabin of the 77Ws. (Text copied from ANZ's Press releases)
Air New Zealand’s General Manager Customer Experience Carrie Hurihanganui says since its introduction on the Dreamliner, the new ink coloured luxury leather Premium Economy seat has become extremely popular with customers.
“When we unveiled the Spaceseat in 2010, it was revolutionary and clearly the best option in the market at the time, as a string of international awards has proven. However, seating technology and materials have come a long way since then and our customer research now shows consistently higher satisfaction scores for our newest Premium Economy offering so it’s time to continue Air New Zealand’s evolution in this space,” Ms Hurihanganui says.
“With these changes, we look forward to being able to offer our customers a consistent Premium Economy product across our long haul fleet and being able to welcome even more customers into our premium cabins with the expanded premium footprint on our Dreamliners.”
“The reconfiguration of our Dreamliners and refurbishment of our 777-300s signal a clear commitment by the airline to continue to deliver the best onboard customer experience into the future.”

On board their 777s


Seat configurations


- 219ER: 26 BizPremier (1-2-1), 36 PremiumEco (3-3-3), 242 Eco (3-3-3) = 304 seats
- 219ER new: 26 BizPremier (1-2-1), 40 PremiumEco (2-4-2), 246 Eco* (3-4-3) = 312 seats
- 319ER: 44 BizPremier (1-2-1), 44 PremiumEco* (2-2-2), 244 Eco* (3-4-3) = 332 seats
- 319ER (introduced Feb17 - Nov17): 44 BizPremier (1-2-1), 54 PremiumEco* (2-4-2), 244 Eco (3-4-3) = 342 seats

- *: PremiumEco (SpaceSeat™); Eco incl. 20 rows Skycouch™, 18 rows in 219ER.

In-Flight Entertainment

- PTVs with AVOD




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