This hilarious commercial invites people to an exhibition celebrating of Air New Zealand by showing nothing has changed in that time. Well worth the 46 seconds as the video shows images from the early Trans Empire Air Lines (TEAL) Days to the current Air NZ days. From flying boats to 747s.
The exhibition is on at the country’s national museum Te Papa, in the capital Wellington.
Air New Zealand, began as a flying boat operator TEAL in 1940. It adopted the current name in 1965. Their 106 aeroplanes currently fly to 58 airports. I have flown Air New Zealand 44 times. I rate them 4.3 out of 5. Skytrax rate them a 4 out of 5.
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