Jetstar returns to normal after ash disruption
Mon, 27 Jun 2011 3:11p.m.
Jetstar has confirmed that New Zealand domestic, trans-Tasman and international services are now operating to a normal schedule.
Ash lingering over New Zealand airspace from the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle Volcano caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights and the disruption of thousands of passengers over the past two weeks.
Jetstar CEO David Hall thanked passengers for their patience.
"While we never like having to disrupt our passengers, the decision to suspend operations was based entirely on Jetstar's commitment to safety – the safety of our passengers and our people always comes first," said Mr Hall.
Mr Hall said that Jetstar would continue to monitor the ash cloud over the coming weeks.
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