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Air New Zealand Conducts Passenger Weight Survey for Load Control Purposes

Air New Zealand Conducts Passenger Weight Survey for Load Control Purposes

Air New Zealand will be conducting a survey over the next five weeks, asking passengers to weigh themselves and their hand luggage before boarding th

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Air New Zealand will be conducting a survey over the next five weeks, asking passengers to weigh themselves and their hand luggage before boarding their flights. The survey aims to measure the average weight of customers and their belongings to ensure accurate load control on the aircraft. The data collected from the survey is used to determine the average weight of passengers, crew, and their cabin bags. The survey is carried out every five years and requires the participation of at least 10,000 travelers to obtain a representative sample. The weighing process is simple, with passengers standing on a scale while their bags are weighed separately. Participation in the survey is voluntary, and those who do not wish to take part can opt out.

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