Tourists are flocking to New Zealand in record droves and, bar some sort of catastrophe, are likely to keep on coming.
The Kiwi airline is said to have flagged at an investor presentation day this week that it would like the sales process to be completed by June 30.
Air New Zealand executives have sold $5 million of their company shares this year even as analysts look forward to a special dividend from the sale of its Virgin Australia stake.
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