All “Air transport” topics

Air New Zealand in the thick of it

Following the cancellation of 509 flights, Air New Zealand’s international and domestic network was back up and running on 15 February. Flying into heavily impacted regions New Plymouth, Napier and Gisborne had also resumed with some minor disruptions as the airline worked through operationalising the routes.

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The future of aviation and urban air mobility

Innovation in New Zealand’s aviation and urban air mobility industries have come on in leaps and bounds, and the latest Intelligent Transport Systems New Zealand (ITSNZ) webinar panel focussed on how urban air mobility will integrate into our country’s existing transport network.

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On the road again

How did New Zealand’s transport modes fare during the lockdown period, and how are they recovering post Covid-19? How did they adapt to the requirements for social distancing and contactless payments? What innovations did they introduce and what role did technology play? CILT NZ spoke to a number of organisations and operators across the modes – air, sea, road and rail – to find out.

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