Operational in New Zealand and all over the world, New
Zealand Airways provides its clients and corporate partners
an unsurpassed depth of professionalism as a complete
commercial service provider for Air Navigation, supported by
a history of 20 years of proud service of safe and
dependable operational working effectiveness delivered by
well-trained and veteran professionals.
One of leading commercial air navigation service providers
in the world, Airways New Zealand is tasked to manage all
local as well as global air traffic working within New
Zealand's over 30 million sq. kilometers of air space.
In both 2003 and 2008, NZ Airways was billed the top
provider for services in air navigation in the world. This
was for extraordinary performance in providing client
satisfaction, continuous improvement, and cost efficiency.
The distinction was given by the IATA (International Air
Transport Association) which consists of more than 90% of
the airlines worldwide.
Airways New Zealand presently employs staff numbering
approximately 680. This airline is the world's first
completely commercial company that manages air traffic. In
behalf of the State of New Zealand, the shareholders of
Airways are the State-Owned Enterprises and Finance
Revenue for Airways is generated from services it gives to
airlines and pilots flying over or into New Zealand and also
from the advisories and services it gives to overseas
organizations and worldwide business affiliates. It gets no
funding straight from the State.
It is managed by an independent, entrepreneurial Board of
Directors, and is in a very good financial position to
regularly return dividends of
significant amounts back to the shareholders of the company.
Airways NZ gives a wide array of services in air navigation
to the New Zealand and global industry of aviation. Airways
has won multiple awards for its successes in export and its
international division has brought services of ANS to more
than 40 countries globally.
Several Airways trainers have been based in the United
States of America for a number of years. They are tasked to
train FAA controllers on the usage of their new Oceanic
It is based upon this system that Airways
has been in operation out of Auckland for more than 7 years.
The Christchurch Airways' Training Centre consistently hosts
groups of foreign controllers of air traffic.
Today, Airways is employed as a risk management and
technological benchmark for several international
organizations.The role of Airways in the program
is to train air traffic control and those providing
technical services of the FAA on the new technology.
techniques employed are closely taken from the company’s own
system of Oceanic operations that works from the company's
center in Auckland.
FedEx’s prime hub in the Asia-Pacific is in the Philippine’s
Subic Bay. This company has up to 19 aircrafts with
wide-bodies arriving to and from regional locations as well
as North America and Europe every night. Airways were
commissioned by FedEx contracted to set in a new ILS
(Instrument Landing System) and to renovate and to transfer
their existing Instrument Landing System.