A New Zealand Herald article.
Air New Zealand will resume flying all of its Auckland domestic routes when the region moves to alert level 2 on Monday even though physical distancing makes running the network financially marginal in the long term.
The airline warns that it can’t offer its lowest fares because of reduced capacity. After yesterday’s announcement of its first loss in 18 years, it said it could cover costs of flying planes with the required empty seats but extended distancing would be financially “impactful”.
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