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Monday, July 27, 2009

July 20-26

Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand retired Boeing 737-3U3 ZK-FRE after it operated NZ557 AKL-CHC on Sunday 26-July-2009. It had been meant to retire on Saturday 25-July-2009 but remained in service an extra day to cover ZK-NGD returning late from a C check.

FRE will undergo end of lease maintenance with ANZES in CHC before being repainted in the colours of its new operator Webjet, of Brazil. FRE is expected to depart CHC in 6-8 weeks bound for its new Brazillian home.

Airbus A320 ZK-OJH operated WLG-CHC as NZ6501 for repairs on Thursday 23-July-2009 after being hit by a baggage tug while loading.

This weeks additional capacity NZ131/132 AKL-BNE-AKL on Friday 24-July-2009 was operated by Boeing 767-319ER ZK-NCL.

Qantas Jetconnect
Operational Spare Boeing 737-376 ZK-JNC continued to work full time covering maintenance operating the following flights
21-July-2009 AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL
22-July-2009 AKL-WLG-SYD-WLG
23-July-2009 WLG-SYD-WLG-MEL
24-July-2009 MEL-WLG-SYD-WLG
25-July-2009 WLG-SYD-WLG-MEL-AKL
26-July-2009 AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL

As noted above JNC positioned AKL-WLG on Wednesday 22-July-2009 while ZK-JNN operating AKL-MEL-WLG returned to AKL instead.
QF133 MEL-AKL was cancelled on Thursday 23-July-2009 as was the return AKL-MEL QF132 on Friday 24-July-2009.

Saturday 25-July-2009 saw Boeing 737-476 ZK-JTS operating QF116 AKL-BNE return to AKL with the loss of cabin pressure. Passengers were transferred to ZK-JND which operated a delayed QF116/115 service.

Thursday 23-July-2009 saw VH-VQF swap with VH-VQE with VQF returning to AKL tasman routes while VQE entered domestic service for the first time.

Thursday also saw another first with the first JQ A320 to land at Hamilton. VH-VQC diverted to HLZ due to fog in AKL, after refueling it continued onto AKL.

Saturday 25-July-2009 saw a tasman aircraft swap with VH-VQU swap with VH-VQS in BNE on the CHC-BNE-CHC route. This is believed to be an unscheduled swap due maintenance issues as the return JQ183 flight was delayed by 6 hours.

Pacific Blue
The only notable Pacific Blue movement was the swap from VH-VOQ to VH-VUN on the DJ68/69 WLG route on Sunday 26-July-2009. VOQ arrived into BNE as DJ69 before continuing onto DPS while VUN entered the BNE-POM-BNE route before continuing onto WLG as DJ68.

Monday, July 20, 2009

July 12-19 Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand
Monday 13-July-2009
Boeing 767-319ER ZK-NCJ arrived back from maintenance in HKG today sporting the new Aviation Partners Boeing blended winglets and zonal dryers. Pics can be found on Mike's blog HERE, or the Wings over NZ forum HERE - thanks to Colin Hunter for taking the photos.

Thursday 16-July-2009
Boeing 747-419 ZK-NBV operated a charter today as NZ1981 for the flight center global ball. It operated AKL-BNE-HKG-BCN(Barcelona, Spain)

Friday 17-July-2009
NZ131/132 the capacity increased friday morning AKL-BNE-AKL flight was today operated by ZK-NCL

Saturday 18-July-2009
A320-232 ZK-OJG operating NZ841 RAR-CHC saw an early morning divert to WLG due fog in CHC, before continuing to CHC later on Saturday after the fog had cleared.

July 12-19 Qantas Jetconnect & Mainline

Qantas Jetconnect & Mainline
A busy period for QF as well.

Sunday 12-July-2009
Boeing 737-476 ZK-JTQ operate QF38 WLG-MEL before entering maintenance in MEL. As a result Boeing 737-376 ZK-JND operated AKL-MEL-AKL as QF6131 to fly the passengers on QF133 MEL-AKL to AKL.
Operational Spare Boeing 737-376 ZK-JNC was in service today operating AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL

Monday 13-July-2009
ZK-JNC again operated the AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL route covering maintenance
ZK-JND operated QF132 AKL-MEL then went unserviceable, causing the cancellation of QF37/38/133 MEL-WLG-MEL-AKL

Tuesday 14-July-2009
ZK-JNC continued on the AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL route covering maintenance
ZK-JND positioned from MEL to WLG as QF6002 before operating QF38/133 WLG-MEL-AKL
Boeing 767-338 VH-OGC operated MEL-WLG as QF37D before positioning back to SYD as QF6018

Wednesday 15-July-2009
ZK-JNC continued on the AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL route covering maintenance
ZK-JND operated QF48 WLG-SYD then QF117 SYD-WLG was forced to divert to AKL due to ETOPS issues, before JND underwent 3 days of maintenance.
Boeing 767-338 VH-OGC operated SYD-AKL-SYD today as QF6030/6031 covering for Lan Chille

Thursday 16-July-2009
ZK-JNC today operated AKL-MEL-WLG-SYD-WLG covering maintenance
Boeing 737-476 VH-TJE operated SYD-AKL-SYD QF43/44 today covering maintenance.
Boeing 767-338 VH-OGV operated BNE-AKL-BNE as QF6030/6031 today covering for Emrates

Friday 17-July-2009
ZK-JNC operated WLG-SYD-WLG-MEL-AKL covering maintenance
Boeing 737-838 VH-VXJ operated QF141/114/113/134 SYD-AKL-SYD-AKL-MEL today covering maintenance.

Saturday 18-July-2009
ZK-JNC operated the morning AKL-BNE-AKL only today.
ZK-JND re-entered service today on the afternoon AKL-BNE-AKL
Boeing 737-838 VH-VYE operated QF25/26 MEL-AKL-MEL today.
ZK-JTQ re-entered service as QF131 MEL-AKL this evening
Boeing 767-338 VH-OGT operating QF45 SYD-CHC diverted to WLG this morning due to Fog in CHC, it continued to CHC after the Fog cleared.

July 12-19 Pacific Blue

Pacific Blue
A quiet period for Pacific Blue with VH-VOX operating into WLG as DJ68 Tuesday 14-July-2009, and back to BNE as DJ69 Wednesday 15-July-2009.

While the overnight Friday/Sunday flights from Brisbane to Nadi DJ175/176 appear to have finished, and have been removed from the schedule for the next few months at least.

Pacific Blue have applied to the IASC for 720 additional weekly seats on its DPS service to allow it to add 4 extra flights a week into DPS.

This comes on top of the additional 180 seat capacity they applied for, and granted on the Brisbane-Honiara service to take this flight to 3x weekly, with Saturday the likely contender.

There is also talk of Phuket Thailand being added as a tack-on to the DPS flights.

And finally Pacific Blue have recently been given ETOPS 180 minutes for their 737-800 fleet.

July 12-19 Jetstar

Jetstar have been very busy rotating their fleet in the period.

Tuesday 14-July-2009 VH-VQB swapped with VH-VQR in AKL with VQB returning to tasman duties and VQR entering domestic for the first time.

Wednesday 15-July-2009 saw VH-VQT swap with VH-VQU in CHC with VQT returning to tasman duties and VQU entering domestic for its first time.

VH-VQR diverted to Dunedin today before positioning back to AKL as JQ7982

Thursday 16-July-2009 saw VH-VQU swap with VH-VQC in CHC with VQU returning to tasman duties after only one day and VQC entering domestic for its first time.

VQR diverted to Dunedin for a second time today before positioning back to CHC, while VQD diverted to CHC then positioned to AKL as JQ7982

VH-VQT swapped in MEL on the CHC run, with VH-VQA entering tasman service for its first time

VH-VQB swapped in OOL on the AKL run, with VH-VQF re-entering tasman service.

Friday 17-July-2009 saw VQR again divert, this time positioning back to AKL as JQ7984

Saturday 18-July-2009 saw a few domestic disruptions due to fog in CHC with one flight diverting and three cancelled.

Sunday 19-July-2009 saw VH-VQD swap with VH-VQF in AKL with VQD returning to tasman duties and VQF on domestic for the first time.

VH-VQD operated the AKL-SYD return then AKL-OOL before swapping with VH-VQE

Sunday, July 12, 2009

July 05-11

Air New Zealand
Monday 06-July-2009
Airbus A320-232 ZK-OJI arrived back into Auckland from Melbourne as NZ6022

Tuesday 07-July-2009

Boeing 737-319 ZK-NGI operated NZ731/732 AKL-BNE-AKL
Airbus A320-232 ZK-OJO positioned from CHC to AKL as NZ6312

Friday 10-July-2009

Boeing 767-319ER ZK-NCI operated this weeks NZ131/132

Sunday 05-July-2009
ZK-JNC operated AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL covering for ZK-JTP being out of service

Monday 06-July-2009

ZK-JNC operated AKL-MEL-WLG-SYD-WLG then positioned to AKL
ZK-JND operated WLG-SYD-WLG-MEL-AKL then positioned back to WLG
ZK-JTP was still out of service

Tuesday 06-July-2009


Thursday 09-July-2009

ZK-JNN operating QF117 SYD-WLG ended up in AKL

Friday 10-July-2009

ZK-JNN positioned from AKL to WLG before operating WLG-SYD-WLG-MEL-AKL
ZK-JNC operated AKL-MEL-WLG-SYD-WLG covering for ZK-JND which was out of service

Saturday 11-July-2009

ZK-JND operated the morning QF116/115 AKL-BNE-AKL only
ZK-JNN operated the afternoon QF126/125 AKL-BNE-AKL only

Pacific Blue
Sunday 05-July-2009 saw ZK-PBK position from AKl to CHC as DJ7096

Pacific Blue operated VH-VUQ on DJ68/69 on 08-10-July-2009

VH-VOX was noted making a couple of ferry flights on Wednesday 08-July-2009 as DJ9061 then on Thursday 09-July-2009 as DJ9002

Saturday 11-July-2009 VH-VOQ operating DJ68 BNE-WLG was delayed until 0115 Sunday 12-July-2009 resulting in an 0655 arrival into WLG.

Jetstar swapped Airbus A320-232 VH-VQU for VH-VQC on Sunday 05-July-2009 in MEL on the CHC-MEL-CHC run.

VH-VQU then re-entered trans-tasman CHC service also in MEL on Thursday 09-July-2009 when it swapped with VH-VQE

Sunday, July 5, 2009

July 02-04

Pacific Blue
Pacific Blue operated Boeing 737-8FE VH-VUG on Saturday 04-July-2009 as DJ68 BNE-WLG.

Air New Zealand
Thursday 02-July-2009 saw Boeing 737-3U3 ZK-FRE operate NZ937/938 AKL-OOL-AKL

Friday 03-July-2009 saw ZK-FRE again operate the AKL-OOL-AKL NZ937/938 flight while Boeing 767-319ER ZK-NCI operated the morning NZ131/132 AKL-BNE-AKL flight - a special upgrade on the route fridays only for 4 weeks.

Saturday 04-July-2009 saw ZK-FRE again on the tasman this time as NZ738/739 AKL-BNE-AKL. We also saw A320 ZK-OJE operate back to AKL from BNE as NZ6842.

Thursday 02-July-2009's QF134 AKL-MEL was delayed until Friday 03-July-2009 and was operated by Boeing 737-376 ZK-JNC.

ZK-JNC then operated the following flights on Friday 03-July-2009 QF25/26/131 MEL-AKL-MEL-AKL in place of Boeing 737-476 ZK-JTP which is laid up.

Saturday 04-July-2009 saw ZK-JNC operate AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL in place of ZK-JTP

Jetstar continue to have problems with their new Domestic services, and were featured on Friday 03-July-2009 on NZ current affairs show Close Up on TV1.

Saturday 04-July-2009 saw VH-VQU and VH-VQR swap in OOL with VQU arriving from AKL and departing to CHC and VQR arriving from CHC and departing to AKL.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Notes for June 26 to July 01

Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand continue to operate charters associated with the Simon & Garfunkel tour of Australia.

Monday 29-June-2009 saw A320-232 ZK-OJN operate NZ6045/1946/6048 SYD-MEL-ADL-SYD to move the tour party from Melbourne to Adelaide.

Tuesday 30-June-2009 saw A320-232 ZK-OJH position from CHC to ADL as NZ6045.
Wednesday 01-July-2009 saw ZK-OJH operate NZ1943/6046/6045 ADL-PER-ADL-CHC as the tour moved from Adelaide to Perth.

Other NZ movements noted in this period include:
Friday 26-June-2009 Boeing 767-319ER ZK-NCJ operated NZ731/732 AKL-BNE-AKL in leiu of the standard A320.

Sunday 28-June-2009 saw A320-232 ZK-OJC operate NZ6313 positioning from WLG to CHC to start the day, and A320-232 ZK-OJN position from AKL to WLG to complete the day.

ZK-OJC arrived into AKL in the early hours of Tuesday 30-June-2009 as NZ6840 from Sydney

Wednesday 01-July-2009 saw Boeing 737-319 ZK-NGH operate NZ195/196 CHC-MEL-CHC in leiu of an A320.

Pacific Blue
DJ68 BNE-WLG on Monday 29-June-2009 operated by VH-VOQ was delayed from 1800 29-June-2009 until 0115 30-June-2009 resulting in the aircraft arriving into WLG at 0650, it then departed as DJ69 at 0750

Pacific Blue operated former NZ based ZK-PBL, now VH-VUQ on DJ68/69 BNE-WLG-BNE overnight Tuesday 30-June-2009/Wednesday 01-July-2009

Pacific Blue also made and unusual aircraft change in SYD on Monday 29-June-2009 with ZK-PBF operating DJ182 TBU-SYD then continuing onto AKL as DJ54 while ZK-PBD operating DJ73 from Christchurch operated a delayed return service SYD-TBU DJ183 before continuing onto AKL as DJ178


Jetstar continued to shuffle their NZ fleet around with the following changed noted:
Monday 29-June-2009 saw A320-232 VH-VQC swap in MEL for VH-VQE on the CHC trans-tasman run.
Tuesday 30-June-2009 saw A320-232 VH-VQD come off AKL trans-tasman service and enter domestic services while A320-232 VH-VQS completed the opposite transition, before being swapped in OOL for VH-VQU.

Qantas Jetconnect
Qantas continue to regularly use their operational spare Boeing 737-376 ZK-JNC to cover maintenance of their fleet.
25-June-2009 it operated AKL-SYD-AKL covering for B734 ZK-JTQ
26-June-2009 it operated AKL-SYD-AKL-BNE-AKL covering for ZK-JTQ
27-June-2009 it operated AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL covering for ZK-JTQ
28-June-2009 it operated AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL covering for ZK-JTQ
30-June-2009 it operated AKL-BNE-AKL-BNE-AKL covering for ZK-JND & ZK-JTR, (ZK-JND had a few issues in WLG necessitating ZK-JTR to operate from AKL to WLG as QF6171 then operate the scheduled QF118/47 before positioning back to AKL as QF6172)

On Friday 26-June-2009 ZK-JND operating as QF37/133 from WLG to MEL and AKL was forced to cancel the QF133 portion of its flight due to Fog in AKL. The corresponding QF132 AKL-MEL was canceled the following morning with JND beginning its day as QF38 MEL-WLG.

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