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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Air New Zealand is bracing for service disruptions

    Air New Zealand is bracing for service disruptions


    The national carrier says about 15 air crew are being tested and isolated, after a staff member tested positive for Omicron.

    The worker was on an Auckland to Nelson flight with a household of nine people from Motueka - who all have the variant.

    The entire country will now move to the Red setting of the Traffic Light system at midnight.

    Air New Zealand Chief Executive Greg Foran (FOR-in) says they expect some schedule changes and cancellations in the coming weeks due to Covid-19.

    He is asking customers to be patient as the company works to keep people moving. .

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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