The flight from Auckland to New York reached New Zealand after 4 p.m.
Flight operations were halted due to a power outage
Passengers said – 16 hours of time and fuel was wasted
Auckland: On February 16, the Air New Zealand flight from Auckland to New York returned to its take-off location. Passengers sat in the flight for 16 hours. When people found the theft in the same place, they were shocked. In fact, operations were halted due to the power outage, affecting at least 135 flights. According to the Washington Post, the airline said in a statement that the Auckland-New York flight was diverted due to a terminal fire.
According to reports, New Zealand’s “Air New Zealand flight” departed from Auckland on Thursday evening. The flight was scheduled to land at John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 1 at 5:40 p.m. local time, but was diverted to New Zealand. The international airport tweeted: “We are working to accommodate affected flights using other terminals. Passengers, please check the flight status with your airline before departing for the airport.
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According to the Washington Post, Many people on social media wondered why the flight couldn’t land at any other airport in America. In response, the airline said “landing at another US airport meant the plane had to stay there for several days, affecting many other scheduled and passenger services.” Many users expressed their displeasure on Twitter. One user said, “16 hours of flying and you’re back where you started. What a productive day. Another user said, “I just booked a flight home.” The third person said, “What nonsense, so much time and fuel was wasted.”
Tags: Flight service, New Zealand
FIRST POST: February 17, 2023, 2:36 PM IST