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Air NZ increases domestic capacity.

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Anyone travelling between Tauranga and Christchurch and between Invercargill and Wellington are set to get a large boost in capacity.

Air New Zealand has announced that they will be adding an additional 9500 seats per week across their regional network.

The new flights have all ready gone on sale for people travelling in February 2010.

An airline representative said the additional flights have been put into place as customers had asked for them.

The flights will give business customers more flexibility and the ability to work for a day in the city then fly home the same day.

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