New Zealand announces good news and issues an urgent and important statement to all citizens, residents and expats
This morning, New Zealand announced plans to launch a new national carrier for Air New Zealand as part of the New Zealand government’s announced National Transmission and Distribution Strategy.
The New Zealand News Agency said, in a statement, that the new strategy aims to increase the number of international destinations in New Zealand to more than 250 destinations, as well as launch a second national airline, ranking fifth in the world. Achieving its goals in air traffic and national tourism.
The strategy seeks to double the capacity of the air freight sector to more than 4.5 million tons.
A statement issued by News Agency of New Zealand quoted the New Zealand head of state as saying that the new strategy aims to “increase the current contribution of the transport and logistics sector to the national GDP by increasing the transport and logistics sector. About 6% to -10% – business and investment growth.” Expansion and enable the growth of annual non-oil revenues, and by 2030 the sector will reach about 45 billion riyals.
State-owned Air New Zealand is currently the national carrier and the largest airline in New Zealand, having been founded in 1945 and today making New Zealand International Airport its main hub.