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Still loving the job after 25 years

Monday 4 September 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Still loving the job after 25 years
Air New Zealand's Rarotonga airport operations manager, Adrienne Hosking-Tinirau, celebrating 25 years with the airline with staff who she has trained and certifi ed in areas of Air New Zealand check in and service control. From left: Engara Gosselin, Mark Boyd, Myrna Tama-Kermode, Addrienne Hosking-Tinirau and Justine Cook. 17082901

Change was in the air for Air New Zealand in 1992 when the first Boeing 747-400 touched down, bringing with it a vibrant new corporate style wardrobe for staff.

Change was in the air for Air New Zealand in 1992 when the first Boeing 747-400 touched down, bringing with it a vibrant new corporate style wardrobe for staff.


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