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Airways New Zealand
Business // Aviation // New Zealand
Member since: 16 August 2007
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Airways New Zealand is one of the worlds' leading providers of commercial Air Navigation Services (ANS), responsible for managing all domestic and international air traffic operating within New Zealand's 37 million square kilometres of airspace. In 2003 Airways was voted the best ANS provider in the world for value for money and quality of service, by the International Aviation Transport Association representing 280 of the world's airlines. 

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Thursday, 12 August 2010
A statement from Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe: It is with deep sadness to learn this evening that Hong Kong Police have located the body of Air New Zealand 777 First Officer Steve Morrissey. 257 views

Thursday, 31 July 2008
Airways New Zealand wins two Computerworld Magazine awards for revolutionary air traffic control system Airways New Zealand has, for the third year running, received national recognition for the quality of its software development in the Computerworld Magazine Excellence in ICT Awards. 399 views

Monday, 9 June 2008
Airways New Zealand rated best in world by international airlines Airways New Zealand, New Zealand’s Air Navigation Services Provider, has been singled out by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for an Eagle Award at IATA’s 64th Annual General Meeting and World Transport Summit in Instanbul, Turkey. 490 views

Wednesday, 7 May 2008
Airways New Zealand to install automated flight billing system into China Airways International, the international arm of Airways New Zealand, has secured a contract to implement its ‘Flight-Yield’ automated aviation billing system for the Civil Aviation Administration of China. 378 views

Friday, 22 February 2008
Airways New Zealand signs with US and Australia to reduce aircraft emissions Airways New Zealand, New Zealand’s air navigation services provider, has this week signed an historic trilateral agreement with the US Federal Aviation Administration and Airservices Australia to accelerate the development of air traffic control procedures which will reduce aviation’s environmental footprint worldwide. 343 views