Other News for Eagle Airways

  • PICTURES: ANZ receives all-black 777

    Air New Zealand's newest Boeing 777-300ER (ZK-OKQ), the last of its current 777 deliveries, arrived in Auckland on 12...

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  • SINGAPORE: Pratt signs engine FEP with ANZ

    News | 14 Feb 2012 02:44

    Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has signed an engine fleet enhancement programme (FEP) deal with Air New Zealand (ANZ). P&WC's FEP, where a new engine...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/SINGAPORE-Pratt-signs-engine-FEP-with-ANZ-368190/
  • PICTURES: ANZ receives all-black 777

    News | 13 Jan 2012 10:00 | Dominic Perry

    Air New Zealand's newest Boeing 777-300ER (ZK-OKQ), the last of its current 777 deliveries, arrived in Auckland on 12 January after a 14-hour flight direct from Paine Field in Seattle.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURES-ANZ-receives-all-black-777-366853/
  • Accidents/incidents for 2007

    News | 07 Jan 2008 11:18 | David Learmount

    Fatal events involving illegal interference with the safety of aircraft 23 March Transaviaexport Ilyushin Il-76 (EW-78849) Mogadishu, Somalia 11 11 TO The...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Accidentsincidents-for-2007-220648/
  • ANZ hit by 1900 delay

    News | 06 Aug 2001 23:00

    <p>Deliveries of 16 new-build Raytheon Beech 1900Ds to Air New Zealand (ANZ) will start five months late in October due to production problems at the US manufacturer. </p> <p>A pair of 1900Ds will be introduced to ANZ's domestic feeder network on interim leases during the next few weeks to make up the shortfall in capacity. </p> <p>The new aircraft were ordered to replace Fairchild Metro IIIs and Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirantes on feeder routes operated by ANZ-subsidiary Eagle Airways to small towns and remote rural communities. The two leased aircraft will initially be used for pilot training. ANZ expects deliveries of 1900Ds to be on track by January when six aircraft should be in service. </p> <p>Raytheon is experiencing delays in receiving certain components from suppliers, including advanced flight data recorders, says ANZ.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANZ-hit-by-1900-delay-134303/
  • Air NZ restructures commuter fleet with Beech 1900D deal

    News | 13 Feb 2001 00:00

    <p>Air New Zealand (Air NZ) has ordered 16 new Beech 1900D turboprops from Raytheon to replace the ageing fleets of Embraer EMB-110P1 Bandeirantes and Fairchild Metro IIIs operated by its commuter subsidiaries. </p> <p>The 19-seat aircraft are to be delivered over 18 months starting in May, and will all be operated by Hamilton-based Eagle Airways, says Air NZ. At the same time, Nelson-based Air Nelson will lose its fleet of six Metro IIIs, continuing to operate its 13 Saab 340As, says the parent company. </p> <p>Air NZ chief executive Gary Toomey says the new aircraft will "further enhance our services to the smaller ports on our 26-port network". The airline says that the fleet restructuring will cause "minor changes" to the airline's provincial network schedule.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-NZ-restructures-commuter-fleet-with-Beech-1900D-deal-125962/
  • Airline Safety Review - Non-fatal accidents

    News | 22 Jul 1998 11:29

    <p>See article "Double Standards"</p> <p>Accident data come from Flight International's own research and from Airclaims' World Airline Accident Summary (WAAS)*, a quarterly updated analytical record of accidents and incidents worldwide since 1945. The WAAS, a UK Civil Aviation Authority publication, benefits from Airclaims' exclusive information exchange with the CIS Interstate Aviation Committee Commission for Flight Safety. The WAAS now lists accidents by operator and location, as well as by type of occurrence and aircraft type. </p> <p>Airline accident and incident information supplied by the Aviation Department of Lloyds of London, the international insurance market, is also gratefully acknowledged.</p> <p>Although details of non-fatal incidents are not made officially available by the authorities in many countries, Flight International continues to list as many of these incidents as possible, in the interests of maximising the availability of relevant information. We accept thahttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airline-Safety-Review-Non-fatal-accidents-40250/