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Mount Cook Airline, a subsidiary of Air New Zealand, is a regional airline based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Formerly part of the Mount Cook Group, it now operates scheduled services throughout the country under the Air New Zealand Link brand.

 

The airline operates the ATR 72-500 and ATR 72-600 aircraft, and all its aircraft wear the Air New Zealand livery. Its main base is Christchurch International Airport.

 

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Mount Cook Airline, a subsidiary of Air New Zealand, is a regional airline.

Fleet Size

Former Fleet

NZ Aero Transport Co fleet

Aircraft Introduced Retired Notes

Avro 504K 1920 1923 Five aircraft

Airco DH.9 1920 1923 Three aircraft

In the 1930s, Wigley formed Queenstown - Mount Cook Airway in conjunction with his son, Harry, later to become Sir Henry Wigley. Sir Henry remained the Managing Director of the airline until 1979 and Chairman until his death in 1980.

 

Queentown - Mount Cook Airways fleet

Aircraft Introduced Retired Notes

British Aircraft Swallow II 1936 1939 Two aircraft. One aircraft was impressed into military service with the RNZAF in 1939.

Waco QDC Biplane 1937 1940 One aircraft. The Waco QDC was impressed into military service with the RNZAF in 1940.

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