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How many 747 did Air NZ have?

How many 747 did Air NZ have?

Fleet Matrix

Aircraft Type Total
Boeing 747-400 8
Boeing 767 22
Boeing 767-200 10

When did Air New Zealand retire the 747?

A mock-up of 747 in Wānaka. This particular 747 entered service with Air New Zealand when it was brand new, back in 1998, and was the last Queen of the Skies to leave the airline in 2014. It famously sported the Lord of the Rings livery from 2002 to 2004.

What airlines still fly the 747-8?

Rare Jumbos: Which Airlines Still Have Passenger Boeing 747s?

  • Air China. Air China is listed as having ten 747s in its fleet.
  • Atlas Air. Charter carrier Atlas Air has a fleet of seven Boeing 747-400s with a passenger configuration.
  • Asiana Airlines.
  • Korean Air.
  • Lufthansa.
  • Mahan Air.
  • Max Air.
  • Rossiya.

How many 777 does Air New Zealand have?

The B777-300ER is the largest aircraft in New Zealand’s flag carrier fleet. According to Cirium, the number one source of aviation and air travel data, the airline has seven of these planes in storage.

Does Air New Zealand have Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes?

New Zealand’s national carrier Air New Zealand does not operate the MAX. Nor do any airlines based across the ditch in Australia.

How many 747 8i are there?

As of May 2022, it had 155 firm orders: 107 freighters and 48 passenger airliners, of which 152 have been delivered. Production of the 747 is scheduled to end in 2022 with the delivery of the final 747-8F to Atlas Air.

Does Air NZ have any Boeing 737 Max?

New Zealand has no 737 Max aircraft currently on its register and only one operator, Fiji Airways, who plans to operate the aircraft into New Zealand. “A timescale has not yet been decided by Fiji Airways as COVID-19 continues to restrict international flights.

When did Air New Zealand stop flying to London?

When Air New Zealand axed the route in 2013, the airline was losing money and market share flying between London and Hong Kong.