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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Air New Zealand customers whose flights were cancelled because of Covid-19 are up in arms

    Air New Zealand customers whose flights were cancelled because of Covid-19 are up in arms


    Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand
    In most cases, the airline is refusing to give cash refunds, and the only option for customers is a credit.

    Air New Zealand chief revenue officer Cam Wallace says a credit is the best way for the airline to recover as a business.

    He says it will give customers a chance to travel around the country- and the world - in future.

    He says when borders reopen, customers can go to a range of destinations, and they can travel multiple times using the credit.

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