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
Starting April 1, the airline will make the following
• 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.