Looks like Air NZ have four leased 744s and I'm fairly sure they all have GE engines. Check out the following press release.
Air New Zealand leases one new Boeing 747-400 from ILFC.
Century City, CA, September 21, 1998 — International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG), today announced the lease placement of one new Boeing 747-4F6 (S/N 27602) aircraft to AIR NEW ZEALAND.
AIR NEW ZEALAND, based in Auckland, New Zealand, leased a new Boeing 747-4F6 aircraft from ILFC. The aircraft was delivered earlier this month and is equipped with four General Electric CF6-80C20B1F engines. Air New Zealand's initial lease term is 43 months with several options to extend.
This specific B747-400 was destined for lease to Philippine Airlines, which could not take delivery from ILFC and is now with Air New Zealand.
Air New Zealand presently leases two other ILFC Boeing 747-400's and leased four Boeing 767's from ILFC. In May 1998, ANZ contracted to lease another new ILFC B747-400 which will be delivered in October 1999.
ILFC is Air New Zealand's largest lessor provider of Stage III aircraft.
ILFC is the international market leader in the leasing and remarketing of advanced technology commercial jet aircraft to airlines around the world. ILFC owns a portfolio valued at more than $ 17 billion, consisting of more than 390 jet aircraft.