Just days after opening up its wi-fi service on selected flights, the airline has cut the initial $40 price tag of the connection.
Stats NZ has launched an interactive map that allows users to explore patterns of retail spending around the country.
TNZ has created what it says is a “world-first hospitality experience” to showcase Kiwi culture at IMEX this week.
The airline has launched its wi-fi service to all passengers on select aircraft for a flat rate of $40 per flight and is planning to increase domestic airfares.
A new partnership aimed at unlocking potential from NZ’s growing Chinese visitor market has been unveiled by Christchurch Airport and Auckland’s regional tourism organisation.
Christchurch International Airport is deepening its push into the Chinese visitor market using a travel website linked to e-commerce giant Alibaba.
As New Zealand’s largest tourism industry conference takes place in Dunedin this week, new analysis by business software provider MYOB points to the increasing importance of technology for the country’s largest foreign exchange earner.
Tourwriter has appointed Yohan Huria its Australasian Sales Executive.
Operators must show greater responsibility in using their drones, says the NZ drone industry.
New Zealand’s first on-road testing of fully autonomous vehicles will change up a gear later this year with the inclusion of the first locally designed and built vehicle.
Local parks are in for a magical makeover thanks to a virtual reality app launched in collaboration with national Parks Week.
A self-piloted electric air taxi is being tested in Christchurch and hopes to be the first viable craft of its kind in commercial operation.
A new digital biosecurity officer that can see, hear, answer questions and give directions is greeting international visitors at Auckland Airport.
Australasia’s first direct-to-television esports studio will open this week in the iconic Sky Tower.
The evening of Thursday 8 February will see Dunedin’s heritage listed Penthouse on Stafford street, staging the launch of the world’s first completely digital hotel.
The airport is taking the increased passenger flow and logistics issues seriously, using a unique combination of traffic and passenger flow measurement technology.
A Christchurch Airport project helping New Zealand businesses sign up to Alipay, the world’s largest online payment system, has its first North Island merchant.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei has launched an augmented reality walking tour of Takaparawhau, Bastion Point.
Lake Wanaka Tourism has launched a Wanaka Tracks app in time for the busy summer season ahead.
Travellers from France, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands now have the green light to use the Customs eGates (formerly known as SmartGate) from today.
More than 100 South Island tourism operators and retailers have signed up to the Chinese smartphone payment system Alipay with thousands more expressing interest in the platform.
Air New Zealand has partnered with Swiss travel start-up Winding Tree to explore applications based on blockchain technology.
Big data start-up Qrious is ending its location-led tourism insight web portals saying it is uneconomic to continue with the award-winning service.
Wherewolf – the app for adventure tourism operators, has been named the ‘Rising Star – One To Watch’ at Deloitte New Zealand’s Fast 50 national awards in Auckland last week.
Reinforcing its leadership position in the shift to electric vehicles, Air New Zealand has been announced as the first airline to join The Climate Group’s EV100 initiative.
Air New Zealand is rolling out new tracking technology which will allow the airline to more easily track and analyse the movements of cargo shipments and its cargo equipment worldwide.
Young Wellingtonians will be treated to an immersive adventure in Central Park this November, blending the virtual with the real world to help rescue NZ’s wildlife from predators.
From October, Europcar NZ’s 100% electric vehicle fleet is available for rent to the public in Auckland and Christchurch.
Tourism New Zealand’s consumer website newzealand.com has been voted the best destination website in the Asia Pacific region.
Christchurch-based tourism technology company GeoZone and Air New Zealand both picked up gongs at last night’s New Zealand Innovation Awards 2017 in Auckland.
Queenstown Airport has launched a microsite designed to assist Chinese-speaking visitors to more easily access important travel information online.
Air New Zealand’s artificial intelligence-backed chatbot, Bravo Oscar Tango (Oscar for short) has received his first international promotion – beginning work online in Australia.
Adventure tourism software developer Wherewolf is gearing up for a push into the US after securing $550,000 of angel investment.
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is to join an illustrious list of world heritage sites such as Pompeii and Easter Island to be digitally preserved.
Wellington Airport has installed a new virtual reality experience that allows people to take an interactive trip across the world from the capital.
Tomahawk proudly announces that YHA New Zealand, the largest hostel network in New Zealand, has confirmed Tomahawk as their new digital marketing agency partner.
Tourism technology companies are leading the charge for the sector at the 2017 New Zealand Innovation Awards.
The crucial role played by social media and digital marketing to encourage visitors to your holiday park has been underlined by new Australian research.
A new marketing partnership between Tourism Industry Aotearoa and PayPlus NZ will give New Zealand tourism operators direct access to the huge Chinese visitor market through WeChat
Tairāwhiti is driving towards a cleaner, greener future with the government’s announcement that it will co-fund a fast charging electric vehicle network across the region.
Auckland Airport has announced a new partnership with AOE, a leading global technology service provider, to create a ‘multi-retailer mall’.
Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins has announced funding for 15 projects to increase charging facilities for electric vehicles and switch more trucks, buses and vans to electric power.
Qrious’ Voyager, the Interactive Tourism Intuitive Web Portal, has won IDC’s Smart City Asia Pacific Awards (SCAPA) 2017 under the category of Tourism, Arts, Libraries, Culture, Open Spaces.
Qrious unveils LoQal Destinations, a pioneering big data insights-as-a-service software product for the NZ tourism industry
Living up to New Zealand’s reputation as a standout digital nation, the tech sector and the government will stage a major international tech summit in Auckland next year.
Online travel booking software firm Serko said it expects its first half full year 2018 earnings to be positive at approximately $1m, up from a $1.75m loss the same period the previous period.
Serko, a leader in integrated travel and expense management applications, announced today that it has partnered with Air New Zealand to provide Air New Zealand’s rich content and services to both Serko and Air New Zealand business customers.
Big data platform Qrious is aiming to become the leading provider of location-led insights for New Zealand’s tourism industry.
Turning up to the airport with an expired passport will be a thing of the past for Air New Zealand customers, with the airline’s mobile app now able to scan and save passport information and send a timely reminder when it’s time to renew.
CamperMate is coming to the rescue of tourists venturing south from Blenheim only to be blocked by the earthquake-struck section of State Highway One.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled
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