The Air New Zealand cargo Dreamliner will return to Tahiti-Fa Airport on May 20. There are no passengers on board, only cargo is shipped to Polynesia, waiting weeks in Auckland.
Air New Zealand Dreamliner 787 returns to Tahiti soon! Although scheduled to depart New Zealand on May 21 due to time difference, the scheduled date is May 20. On board, there were no passengers in Auckland, but excess cargo. In fact, regular flights with New Zealand are currently suspended due to the health crisis.
Kiwi’s 3rd cargo plane will be operational from March “Freight up to 45 tons”, Air New Zealand leader in Polynesia explains as Crystal. Based on the current low traffic, the company sometimes leases one of its aircraft to the local charter, Jaff Express. It is responsible for loading the cargo, in order to forgive expenses on the way out and on the way back. Last month, for its 2nd cargo flight from New Zealand, the chartered charter Air Tahiti returned to Nui.
So this next flight will be an opportunity for those waiting for packages from New Zealand or for those who need to be sent to come forward on their own.
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