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Air New Zealand Boeing 737-300 Fleet List

Current Air New Zealand Boeing 737-300 Routes

Following on from the successful fleet of Boeing 737-200s, of which 30 examples served with the airline, the first Boeing 737-300 joined the mainline fleet on 9 January 1998 when ZK-NGA was delivered in a special “Millennium” colour scheme.

However from 1996 Boeing 737-300s had been operated as part of the Freedom Air fleet.

A total of twenty-three Boeing 737-300s have operated for Air New Zealand with twenty-one being company aircraft and two operating on short term

In mainline service the Boeing 737-300 entered service on trans-Tasman routes from Wellington and Christchurch.

With the arrival of the first Airbus A320s in 2003 the 737-300s were moved to Domestic duties where they have remained ever since.

In 2009 and order was placed for fourteen new Airbus A320s and these will lead to a cascade of aircraft and the replacement of the Boeing 737-300s.

leases from Air Malta and thomsonfly in the UK. Currently there are fourteen aircraft in the operational fleet.

Air New Zealand Boeing 737-300 Millennium Livery.

Plain White Livery.

Boeing 737-300

Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand Boeing 737-300 Liveries

Air New Zealand Boeing 737-300 Air New Zealand Holidays Livery.

Air New Zealand Holidays Livery - Obsolete.

Freedom Air White Livery - Obsolete.

Pacific Wave Livery.