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STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1936. OPERATES UNDER THE NAME "AIR POST." DOMESTIC & REGIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
FIXED WING OPERATIONS
PO BOX 201064
AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
AUCKLAND 1730, New Zealand
NEW ZEALAND (DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1907, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 270,986 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 3.7 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS WELLINGTON, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH.
MARCH 2001: BASED AT ARDMORE FIELD, PAPAKURA, SOUTHERN SUBURB OF AUCKLAND.
JOINT VENTURE (JV) BETWEEN AIRWORK NEW ZEALAND (50%) AND NEW ZEALAND POST (50%).
PROVIDES NIGHT POSTAL SERVICE FOR NZ POST IN A JOINT-VENTURE (JV) WITH AIRWORK NZ, AS WELL AS OPERATING CHARTER SERVICES FOR AIR NEW ZEALAND (ANZ) LINK.
1 737-219C (22994), EX-(ANZ).
MAY 2001: 1 737-219C (22994) WET-LEASED TO FREEDOM AIR (SPT) FOR DAYTIME PASSENGER OPERATIONS, AND DOES NEW ZEALAND POST SERVICES DURING EACH NIGHT FOR 3 MONTHS.
November 2003: Plans to begin charters in February 2004 between New Zealand and Fiji, operating for the Flight Centre travel agency.
1 737-376 (23653, ZK-SLA), bought from Ansett (ANS) (administrators).
April 2004: Is helping Palau Micronesia Air (PMZ) to begin operations, hopefully by next month.
In July 2004, 737-376 (23653) damp-leased to Air Vanuatu (VAN).
July 2004: 737-33A (24094, ZK-PLU), ex-Air Calin (NCI), AWAS (AWW) leased, wet-leased to Palau Micronesia Air (PMZ). 737-376 (23653, ZK-SLA) damp-leased to Air Vanuatu (VAN).
March 2005: 737-377 (23653) returned from Air Vanuatu (VAN), and wet-leased to Norfolk Jet Express.
May 2005: 250 employees.
ACCDT: An Airwork (ANX) Fairchild SA227AC Metro III (551B, /83 ZK-POA) was destroyed when it broke up in mid-air and crashed, possibly as the result of an in-flight fire. The airplane was operating a scheduled NZ Post mail flight between Auckland and Blenheim. The wreckage was scattered over a large area, up to 3 sq km of rural farmland. The landing gear was extended, which apparently suggested a fire in the area of the main gear wheel well = all 2 fatalities.
August 2005: 737-377 (23653) sold to BlueAir.com (BLD).
August 2007: 737-3B7F (23705, ZK-TLC), ex-(N519AU).
March 2009: 737-3Q4F (24209, ZK-TLB), to Axiom Air (AXL) as (5N-BMA).
July 2010: Air Post (ANX) provides night postal services for New Zealand Post in a joint venture agreement with Airwork (ANX) as well as operating ad hoc charter services.
Employees = 250.
Parent organization/shareholders: Airwork (ANX) (50%); and New Zealand Post (50%).
(IATA) Code: NZ. (ICAO) Code: PST and AWK (Callsign - AIRWORK).
Main Base: Auckland International Airport (AKL).
Hubs: Blenheim airport (BHE); Christchurch International airport (CHC); Timaru airport (TIU); & Wellington airport (WLG).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Rotorua; Tauranga; & Wellington.
International, scheduled destinations: Brisbane; Honiara; & Port Vila.
December 2010: 737-3S1 (24834, ZK-TLE), delivery, ex-(N919GF).
February 2011: Air New Zealand (ANZ) will run a special 747 flight from Auckland to Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand, which was devastated by an earthquake. (ANZ) is charging just NZ$50/$35 a seat and said that fare also applies to any service to and from Christchurch from any point in New Zealand to enable support staff and relatives to get in and people to be evacuated.
All airline services to Christchurch were suspended after the magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit at 12:51 pm local time. The event took out New Zealand’s Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar, which forced a 2-hour halt on all departures to and from the country.
Christchurch-based, (ANZ) (CEO), Rob Fyfe advised New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key and Christchurch Mayor, Bob Parker that the airline’s full resources are available to assist in the tragedy, for which the death toll stands at 75 as of press time, according to the Associated Press (AP).
Qantas (QAN), Pacific Blue (PBI), and Jetstar (IMU) are reviewing their operations to Christchurch and are expected to resume services.
September 2012: Alliance Airlines (FWQ) has replaced the 737-400 on wet-lease from New Zealand based partner, Airwork (ANX) with a 737-377 from (ANX). (ANX) now operates 737-377 (23653, ZK-SLA) on behalf of (FWQ) on so called Fly In, Fly Out (FIFO) charter services flying mining workers from and to mining sites in Australia.
July 2014: 737-377 (23653, ZL-SLA) ferried to Bucharest (BBU).
August 2014: 737-476F (24442, ZK-JTQ), converted to freighter at Cecil Field and ferried to Auckland.
1 737-219C (JT8D-15A HK) (928-22994, /82 ZK-NQC "PIOPIO"), EX-(SPT), WET-LSD 3 MTHS 2001-05, ALL YELLOW COLORS. 110Y OR FREIGHTER.
3 737-3B7F (CFM56-3B2) (1425-23383, /87 ZK-TLA; 1497-23705, /87 ZK-TLC; 1499-23706, /87 ZK-TLD), EX-(N508AU), (N519AU), & (N520AU). OPS IN TOLL PRIORITY COLORS. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3M8 (CFM56-3B2) (2004-25016, /91 ZK-FDM), IN ALL WHITE COLORS, RTND. 136Y.
0 737-3Q4F (CFM56-3B2) (1492-24209, /87 ZK-TLB), TO (AXL) 2009-03 AS (5N-BMA). FREIGHTER.
1 737-3S1 (CFM56-3) 1896-24834, ZK-TLE), EX-(919GF) 2010-12.
0 737-33A (CFM56-3B2) (1729-24094, ZK-PLU), EX-(NCI), (AWW) LSD, WET-LST (PMZ) 2004-07. RTND. 127Y.
0 737-377 (CFM56-3B1) (1260-23653, /86 ZK-SLA), EX-(ANS) 2003-11. WHITE FUSELAGE, BLUE TAIL. WET-LST (VAN) 2004-07. RF (VAN) 2005-03. ST (BLD) 2005-08. ACQUIRED FROM BLUE AIR (BLD) 2012-08. WET-LST ALLIANCE AIRLINES (FWQ) 2012-09. FERRIED TO BUCHAREST (BBU) 2014-07. 136Y.
1 737-476F (CFM56-3C1) (24442, ZK-JTQ), CONV TO F AT CECIL FIELD, TO AUCKLAND 2014-08 IN FULL TOLL PRIORITY COLORS. FREIGHTER.
1 737-476F (CFM56-3C1) (2444, ZK-NAK), EX-(N944NZ) 2015-12. FREIGHTER.
2 FAIRCHILD DORNIER METRO 23 (TPE331-11U-611G) (CC-843B, /93 ZK-POE; CC-844B, /93 ZK-POF), NZ POST OPS. 19Y/FREIGHTER.
3 FAIRCHILD DORNIER METRO III (TPE331-11U-611G) (AC-692B, /87 ZK-NSS; AC-582, /84 ZK-LFT; AC-551B, /83 ZK-POA; AC-606B, /85 ZK-POB), NZ POST OPS. 551B; WAS W/O MAY 2005. 19Y/FREIGHTER.
3 F27-500 FRIENDSHIP (DART 532-7R) (10364, /68 ZK-NAO; 10365, /68 ZK-NAN; 10680, /84 ZK-POH), NZ POST OPS, 50Y/FREIGHTER.
0 F27-500 (DART 532-7R) (10596, /80 ZK-PAX), EX-FARNAIR SWITZERLAND 2003-07. NZ POST OPS. RTND. FREIGHTER.
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RICHARD PITT, GENERAL MANAGER.
HUGH JONES, MANAGING DIRECTOR.
MICHAEL JORDON, FINANCE MANAGER.
BLAIR WALTER, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO).
GREG BARROW, CHIEF EXECUTIVE FLIGHT OPERATIONS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GORDON LUKE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE ENGINEERING.
BRIAN PORTER, AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE CONTROLLER, (email@example.com).