- In June, Air New Zealand unveiled new airplane cabins for long-haul flights.
- I previewed the changes travelers can expect when the new Boeing 787-9 fleet starts service in 2024.
- The cabins have wireless-charging stations for business class and bunk beds for economy passengers.
In late June, I traveled to Auckland, New Zealand, for a first look at the airline’s redesigned cabins. The cabins will be on Air New Zealand’s new eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which are slated to fly in 2024.
For full disclosure, Insider received a press rate for the round-trip flight to Auckland, New Zealand.