There are 9 Boeing 767-300’s in Air New Zealand’s fleet, four of which are leased. They hold a total of 234 passengers, 24 in Business class and 210 in Pacific class.
Pacific Premium Economy Class is being widely introduced on long-haul Boeing 747 flights and Boeing 777 flights as well as Airbus A320 flights to and from Brisbane. Greater seat pitch and more legroom join the benefits of the in flight entertainment, which ranges from a handheld DVD player with twenty titles on A320’s to in-seat 8.4” screens on refitted B747’s and B777’s.
In Economy class there are main-screen videos on Pacific class flights but individual 8.4” screens are being introduced on B747’s and new B777’s.
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I particularly don't like that the safety announcements are given by a male voice, I rather would prefer them to be given by a female voice... but I guess they don't.
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A very spacious seat. A shame that NZ has not reconfigured these planes with their new flat seats. The seats are nonetheless comfortable. The wool comforters were particularly... well, comforting and made for a pleasant flight. NZ cabin crew were particularly efficient and welcoming, a credit to their airline and nation.
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