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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    It's thought Air New Zealand's flight schedule change between Queenstown and Wellington could help boost business

    It's thought Air New Zealand's flight schedule change between Queenstown and Wellington could help boost business


    Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand
    From October, Air New Zealand flights will depart four hours earlier from Queenstown, meaning passengers can get to Wellington by 8.30am.

    Networks manager Kate O'Brien says it means Central Otago business customers can spend a full day of work in the capital.

    She says they're continuing to see a growth in demand between the two centres.

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