DENVER - Air New Zealand is saying no, for now, to the idea of flying to Denver International Airport.
The New Zealand Herald is reporting that representatives from DIA met with Air New Zealand officials this week, but Air New Zealand said it has "no current plans" to fly to Denver.
"We're constantly assessing the viability of operating new services to Pacific Rim destinations, however, we have no current plans to commence services into Denver," an airline spokesman told the newspaper.
Air New Zealand flies directly to Los Angeles and San Francisco and has been looking at new opportunities in the United States, the Herald reported.
Denver International Airport is adding a nonstop flight to Panama City later this year. DIA offers nonstop service to several international cities including Tokyo, Reykjavik (Iceland), London and Frankfurt.