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Summer Roundup: Friday 8 January

8 Jan 2021  By Staff Reporter | news@tourismticker.com | @tourismticker

Brod Bay, Lake Te Anau, Fiordland. Image: TT

The Ticker resumes publishing articles again on its website on Monday 11 January and its daily Morning Bulletin industry newsletter for tourism professionals returns on Monday 18 January.


National

Air NZ hiring 115 more crew as it braces for tougher border requirements
Stuff

Woman dies after shark attack at Waihī Beach
Stuff

Rāhui put in place for stretch of Bay of Plenty coast after fatal shark attack at Waihi Beach
TVNZ

Swimmers and surfers called ashore after Brighton beach shark sighting
The Press

Tale of two towns: Domestic tourists step into breach
ODT

Three climbers rescued from Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park after 10-15 metre fall
Stuff

Covid-19: Franz Josef businesses in limbo
RNZ

Review recommends Invercargill Airport maintains its air traffic control services
Stuff

Summer visitors to Taranaki Mounga urged to be prepared
RNZ

Passengers wanted for NZ to Gold Coast private jet flight with $3000 starting price
Stuff

Packed Northland coastal communities are overwhelming locals
Northern Advocate

Devastating Lake Ōhau blaze marrs face of idyllic village but residents and regular holidaymakers remain devoted
Timaru Herald

Taranaki couple’s holiday rental solution for Pouakai Crossing tourist ‘problem’
Stuff

New life pumped into New Zealand’s oldest pub
Stuff

Back from India and back to work at the Makikihi Country Hotel
Timaru Herald


International

Airlines Try Ultra-Cheap Fares to Get the World Flying Again
Bloomberg

Extended Sydney ban prompts fears for tourism industry
SMH

Lessons From a Tourism Pushback in Hawaii
Skift

U.S. airlines step up staffing at DC-area airports after unrest
Reuters

Cruise lines face more than a year without U.S. sailings
Washington Post

A Quarantine Nightmare: Three Weeks in a Hong Kong Hotel, if You Can Find One
NY Times

Ryanair scraps most UK and Irish lockdown flights
BBC

Ryanair expects 95% fall in passenger numbers until April
The Guardian

WestJet bars 10 passengers from boarding for improper virus test as Canadian rules start
Reuters

Wizz Air CEO says shareholder vote curbs meet post-Brexit rules
Reuters

Absence of Chinese tourists this February will cost the economy A$1.4bn
News.com.au

National Express to suspend all services
BBC

Hainan’s Sanya Looks to 2021 as Its Tourism Sector Rebounds
Yahoo!

Airlines need new data sources to predict demand and gain flexibility
PhocusWire

Tourists trickle back to Havana despite tough COVID-19 protocols
Reuters

Touring The World Virtually
Bloomberg

 


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