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Air New Zealand is introducing three new weekly flights between Perth and Auckland.

The airline currently operates a daily 787-9 service between Perth and Auckland, the additional daytime services, to initially be offered from 11 December 2015 to 1 May 2016,will be operated by 767-300 aircraft and increase the frequency to 10 times per week.

“We know travellers prefer to get to their destinations as quickly, comfortably and seamlessly as possible and we’re pleased to be able to time these extra services specifically to suit the West Australian market,” said Air New Zealand’s Chief Sales and Commercial Officer Cam Wallace.

“The new services will also mean a boost for the New Zealand tourism industry as we see the popularity of our nation continue to grow in the Australian market.

“There’s no doubt a lot of West Australians will take advantage of this extra capacity and some hot deals to experience New Zealand.”

Air New Zealand will continue to operate twice weekly seasonal Perth-Christchurch services. All Perth flights are operated by Air New Zealand in partnership with Virgin Australia under the trans-Tasman alliance between the two airlines.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management