Māori businesses will be in the spotlight at the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival in Auckland on 31 January.
Luxury aviation operators say they are being abandoned by Auckland Airport.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff says the recent Fullers ferry cancellations in Auckland are “unacceptable”.
All proceeds generated from Auckland’s Sky Tower admissions on 26 January will go to the South Australian Country Fire Service Foundation (CFS).
Auckland Transport has announced its annual fare changes which come into effect from 9 February 2020.
International and domestic visitor growth, a weak NZ dollar and strong economy will help drive occupancy, says the agent.
The Mood of the Nation survey validates destination management, according to Steve Armitage, general manager of destination at Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development.
A 40-year-old man has appeared in the Manukau District Court after customs investigators at Auckland Airport found child sexual abuse images and videos on his phone.
Rainbow’s End is banking on a positive summer and a new visitor experience to help improve results, with a new 7D Dark Ride launching early this year.
The operators say the merged business will be NZ’s largest premium aviation operator.
A shaken tour bus driver has been stood down for the day following yesterday’s runaway bus incident that saw three people injured.
The Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival will play host to an innovative new form of digital storytelling in the form of a water screen on the Waitemata Harbour, when it kicks off on 31 January 2020.
Auckland Council will open several tracks ahead of the summer season following a year of work to address the kauri dieback problem in the west and south.
Co-founder Gavin Oliver says the new venture plans to open in October 2020, creating up to 30 new jobs.
The first of the 36th America’s Cup events will kick off 17-20 December with the Christmas Race in Auckland.
Former prime minister Sir John Key has announced he will step down from the board of directors at Air New Zealand, effective March 31.
Haka Tourism Group is amongst the first companies signed up to XLabs, New Zealand’s first circular economy lab.
The ASB Classic has been named as the best event in the world for its tier at the annual WTA Awards
Immigration New Zealand’s passport processing systems experienced an outage on Tuesday causing massive delays to passenger processing times.
Adventure Capital have launched new guided e-bike tours of Rangitoto and Motutapu in Auckland.
Fullers360 will introduce summer season pricing on its Waiheke, Motutapu and Rangitoto ferry routes.
Work has begun to create a more resilient fuel network supporting airfield developments at Auckland Airport.
Bigger stands as well a new products and regional highlights are expected at next year’s CINZ MEETINGS run by Conventions and Incentives New Zealand.
The owner of Auckland’s Rainbow’s End and Rotorua’s Polynesian Spa has painted contrasting pictures for the two attractions in its latest interim results for the six months to September 2019.
Low pay and a lack of career progression were the main concerns raised by members at yesterday’s Young Tourism Export Council conference in Auckland.
The enduring appeal of the All Blacks will boost hospitality and accommodation coffers in four cities next year.
Young industry professionals are converging on the Grand Millennium Auckland today for the Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual summit.
Auckland Airport has launched new automated pre-security e-gates at its international terminal.
Work has begun on a second Park & Ride facility at Auckland Airport that aims to boost options for access to the terminals and reduce the number of vehicles on the precinct’s busy road network.
Costs for the mooring dolphin extension at Auckland’s Queens Wharf have blown out to $30m and will not be completed in time for the America’s Cup in 2021.
The potential for a temporary structure being built in Auckland for the event is gaining currency, says Nick Hill.
Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum will be the first venue in the Southern Hemisphere to host The British Museum’s Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes exhibition.
Richard Clarke will fill the role vacant since Stuart Turner left in July.
Tourism stalwart Michael Becker has bought into Auckland Seaplanes and Waiheke Wings as the scenic flight operator sets course for growth.
Minister for trade and export growth David Parker has headed to Korea on Air New Zealand’s inaugural flight from Auckland to Seoul.
The Southwest Gateway programme is officially open for public feedback.
Around 14,000 travellers will have their plans disrupted over summer because of the faulty engines.
The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education conference is the first confirmed casualty for the New Zealand International Convention Centre, following the devastating fire that ripped through the construction site in October.
Total passenger volumes for the month of September 2019 at Auckland Airport saw a slight increase, despite domestic passenger numbers declining by 0.7% to 757,439.
Air New Zealand’s new Regional Lounge at Auckland Airport will be open to customers this weekend.
SkyCity will make a donation to Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand to acknowledge the efforts of fire and emergency teams who assisted with the fire at the New Zealand International Convention Centre last month.
Kiwiness Tours had added a Kiwi watching experience at Tawharanui Regional Park too its list of tours.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has launched a destination guide on Chinese social platform WeChat.
The Auckland-based airline is promoting a $399 package to the attraction that includes a return flight to Matamata.
Ryan Sanders’ Haka Tourism Group has added an eighth property to its accommodation portfolio with the opening of Haka Lodge Ponsonby.
Auckland has been named as the Best Australia/New Zealand Cruise Destination at the 2019 Porthole Cruise Readers’ Choice Awards.
APEC 2021, the largest event ever hosted by the government, will likely shift from the venue.
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