(FILES) This file photo taken on October 4, 2007 shows an aerial view of Auckland International Airport. AFP PHOTO / FILES / Dean TREML
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Air New Zealand said Friday it would not resume flights to Vanuatu until the runway of the Pacific nation's international airport is properly fixed.Qantas also suspended a code-share agreement with Air Vanuatu over the issue.The government has commenced interim repairs but Air New Zealand said they were not good enough.Bauerfield airport advertises daily flights by Air Vanuatu as well as less frequent services by Fiji Airways, New Caledonia's Aircalin and Papua New Guinea's Air Niugini.
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