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Corporate structure

Air New Zealand Gas Turbines is a business unit within Air New Zealand Limited.

Air New Zealand Gas Turbines is located at Air New Zealand Engineering and Maintenance's main base in Auckland.

The 85 ANZGT staff maintain strong links with their aviation colleagues.


Air New Zealand Engineering and Maintenance

Engineering and Maintenance is Air New Zealand's engineering and maintenance division. It comprises about a quarter of the airlines 11,000 staff. It provides maintenance planning, configuration control and reliability management of wide and narrow body jet fleets and components. Its line, light and heavy maintenance teams and support workshops carry out maintenance, modification, repair and overhaul at the Auckland and Christchurch jet bases. Several subsidiary businesses (including Air New Zealand Gas Turbines) provide specialist engine support services to aviation and industrial customers worldwide.


Christchurch Engine Centre

The Christchurch Engine Centre is one of the world's leading IAE V2500 engines (A1, A5, and D5) MRO facilities. This joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and Air New Zealand also provides JT8D and Rolls-Royce Dart engine MRO services at Christchurch International Airport, New Zealand.