Air New Zealand Flies Nonstop Houston-Aukland
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Apr 15, 2015, 08:48 pm

$ 1AAabbbcaukland.jpgKiwi-based Air New Zealand offers nonstop flights on the Houston-Aukland route.

The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Air New Zealand announced Wednesday it will add Houston as its North American destination with a flight to Auckland.  This new nonstop flight marks the 11th new international carrier added in Houston since April 2013. Air New Zealand will fly a Boeing 777-200 from Bush Intercontinental "up to" five times a week. The flight will start in mid-December with ticket sales available in May."

Houston Mayor Annise Parker is quoted as saying that, "The city of Houston continues to enhance its status as a global gateway city, with nonstop flight service to almost 200 airports in the U.S. and around the globe."

According to the Houston Chronicle, "In the last two years, the airport has welcomed new carriers at Bush Intercontinental offering nonstop flights, including Turkish Airlines, Air China, Korean Air, Scandinavian Air, West Jet, Interjet, Volaris and All Nippon Air." 

Aukland is enjoying more economic prosperity and attracting gobal travellers as a Conservative government holds power in the nation.

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