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Overseas visitor arrivals were 28,600 in the March 2022 month, up 522% or 24,000 from the same month last year, says Stats NZ.
International passengers through Auckland Airport, excluding transits, reached 110,056, a 330.1% increase from 25,590 from March 2021.
Delaying the border easing from January to February saw arrivals, especially from Australia, drop.
But it is still far short of the 11,000 or so daily arrivals seen pre-Covid.
There were 20,772 total border crossings in October 2021, with 1,268 more arrivals than departures, according to provisional data from StatsNZ.
Auckland Airport total passenger numbers fell to 41,682 in October 2021, down 92.5% on the same month last year.
Delta put the brakes on international travel in September.
A survey of New Zealanders and essential workers who returned to the country between 1 August 2020 and 1 April 2021 for a period of longer than three months shows family-related or compassionate reasons ranked top.
Auckland Airport total passenger numbers fell to 29,874 in September 2021, down 92.2% on the same month last year.
The number of people crossing New Zealand’s border dropped by around 75% in August 2021 compared to previous months, says Stats NZ.
Visitor arrivals from Australia coming for a holiday, VFR or business in July 2021 fell from the levels seen in June, while more Kiwis holidayed in the Cook Islands, according to Stats NZ.
The trans-Tasman bubble led to an increase of international visitors by approximately 500% in comparison to the weeks prior, according to figures from Data Ventures.
Nearly 7,000 more people departed New Zealand than arrived in May 2021, says Stats NZ.
Overseas arrivals in the month since the two-way bubble with Australia opened are up nine-fold compared with arrivals in the preceding 31-day period.
The opening of the trans-Tasman bubble on 19 April 2021 has tipped the balance in favour of arrivals above departures, says Stats NZ.
The body lays out two scenarios for international arrivals.
There’s been no surge of ex-pat Kiwis returning home due to the pandemic, says Stats NZ.
Overseas visitor arrivals for the year to December 2020 fell to 996,350, down 74.4% from the 3.89 million recorded in 2019.
Extra capacity sees December domestic travel up 7.5% on November but still down a third on 2019’s pre-Covid Christmas season.
Overseas visitor arrivals fell by 98.6%, or 367,000, to 5,100 in November 2020, compared with the same month a year earlier, says Stats NZ.
Total passenger volumes at Auckland Airport decreased by 69.7% to 539,527 in November 2020, compared to 1.8 million passengers for the same month last year.
Overseas visitor arrivals were up by 700 to 8,600 in September 2020, compared with August 2020, says Stats NZ.
Arrivals for the four weeks to 1 November totalled 8100, down from 265,640 for the corresponding period last year.
September overseas visitor arrivals were down 96.7% compared with the same month in 2019, according to Stats NZ’s latest international travel figures.
Overseas visitor arrivals were down 96.8% to 7800 in August 2020, compared with August 2019.
Overseas visitor arrivals were down 95% from 251,800 to 3800 in July 2020, compared with July 2019.
Travel restrictions imposed by the Government on passenger arrivals Into New Zealand show a dip in passenger numbers in July followed by a small rise in August.
The May 2024 recovery dates are later than the inbound tour operator association’s previous forecasts of March 2024.
There were 9,147 total arrivals through New Zealand borders in July 2020.
The total number of border crossings in the June 2020 quarter was 78,400 compared with 3.14 million for the same period in 2019.
People planning to come to New Zealand for a holiday will have their application to visit rejected, says Immigration New Zealand.
More than 50 international visitors say they came for a vacation in May.
June arrivals have more than doubled on May as the number of returning Kiwis grows, according to provisional figures from Stats NZ.
There were 2406 arrivals in New Zealand for the seven days to Tuesday 23 June, according to provisional figures from Stats NZ.
The number of people crossing NZ’s border fell to levels last seen in the late 1960s.
NZ might not see a return to pre-Covid visitor numbers until the end of March 2024, says the association.
There were no departures from New Zealand and only six arrivals on Tuesday 19 May, according to the latest provisional travel data from Stats NZ.
March 2020 saw the largest-ever drop in monthly visitor arrival numbers, ahead of the COVID-19 lockdown, according to Stats NZ.
Arrivals are likely to stay low post-pandemic because of weakness in source markets and Covid fear, says the bank.
Daily passenger arrivals at Auckland Airport fell from more than 12,000 to 40 in just a month, according to Biosecurity NZ.
Total visitor arrivals fell steeply in February 2020, down 11% to 372,700.
New Zealanders self-isolating on their return from overseas have been asked to consent to being contacted by text message, for the purposes of compliance checks.
Half of New Zealand’s major source markets saw declines in February with only India reporting any growth of note, according to the latest provisional arrivals data.
In a flashback to life before the Covid-19 coronavirus, Stats NZ has released January visitor numbers that show the earlier timing of Chinese New Year boosted the number of arrivals from China at the beginning of the year.
The coronavirus effect has shown up in latest figures from Stats NZ with a dramatic slump in Chinese arrivals from 20,000 in the last week of January to just 560 in the week ended February 23.
Arrivals from China dropped to 760 in the week ending 16 February, down 92.9% on the same corresponding week in 2019.
Arrivals from China plummeted to just 1430 in the week following the Govt’s travel ban.
Growth from Australia and the United States more than offset the falling Chinese market in 2019, according to Stats NZ.
It was the first time arrivals to New Zealand had passed the 7 million mark, said Biosecurity New Zealand.
The territories provide a potential focus for NZ tourism as it grapples with coronavirus.