Air New Zealand revises fall schedule

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HONOLULU -- Air New Zealand is making a number of schedule changes to its international service in April, which is the fall shoulder season for nations Down Under.

"Many of these long-haul changes have been brought about by seasonal fluctuations in demand for inbound travel and a general downturn in demand for international travel," according to Norm Thompson, senior vice president of sales and distribution for the airline.

Starting April 1, the airline will make the following changes:
• Los Angeles to Auckland service will be reduced from 11 flights a week to nine.
• Honolulu to Auckland service will be reduced from four flights a week to two flights a week.
• Los Angeles to Papeete, Tahiti, service will be reduced from four flights a week to three.

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