"Air New Zealand will be focused on finding replacement aircraft capacity", the airline said.
The airline is cancelling and rescheduling some worldwide flights due to the incidents.
It comes as the New Zealand Transport Accident Investigation Commission investigates two incidents involving "engine abnormalities" on the carrier's services this week.
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Earlier this week, another Air New Zealand flight, this time bound for Japan, was forced to return to Auckland after experiencing engine issues.
The Aviation Herald reported on Tuesday that an Auckland-Tokyo flight had returned to its base after take-off due to an engine issue, while plane tracking website FlightRadar24 said a flight to Buenos Aires had returned to Auckland on Wednesday.
"Our investigation team is working closely with the airline, Civil Aviation Authority, engine-manufacturer Rolls Royce, and our colleague agencies in the United Kingdom and USA".
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"Our investigation team is securing and reviewing aircraft records including recorder information, making preliminary examinations of the engines, and interviewing company representatives and the flight crew".
"At this stage our investigation team is satisfied that all parties are doing the right things to ensure the continuing safety of the travelling public".
However, an Air New Zealand spokesperson says these were two different aircraft.
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Air New Zealand Ltd said on Thursday "two recent events" involving Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Trent 1000 engines had prompted it to cancel and delay some worldwide flights over the coming weeks, making it the latest airline to experience problems.