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Chinese and Asian visitor growth to New Zealand look set for further falls this year, says ASB Bank.
Indian holiday-makers are being discouraged from travelling to New Zealand because of ongoing uncertainty surrounding visitor visa processing, according to Tourism Industry Aotearoa chief executive Chris Roberts.
It is the second successive month of falls following a drop in May.
Indonesia was a rare bright spot with month-on-month growth jumping by 90.5%
It is the second consecutive month of double-digit falls in what was once touted as a hot market for NZ tourism.
Visitor arrivals to the South Pacific region hit 3.16 million last year contributing circa US$3.8 billion or 11.1% to the region’s GDP, according to the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.
International visitor arrivals to New Zealand in April 2019 grew by 8.3% to 307,409, compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
UK, Australian visitors surge as Easter and school holidays push growth into double figures.
Foreign tourists will likely provide less economic support in the future, says the bank.
Visitor arrivals in March 2019 were 378,300, down 2.6% on the same month last year, accorind to Stats NZ.
March looks set to follow February with yet another drop in international visitor arrival numbers, according to provisional figures from Stats NZ.
Holiday arrivals to New Zealand over its three summer months dipped slightly compared to the same period a year ago.
More tourism infrastructure and a focus on value is the key to prolonging the tourism boom, says the bank.
The drop contributed to an overall dip in total February arrivals to 417,900, down 1.3% on the same month last year.
The introduction of direct flights to Seoul by Air New Zealand could prove a fillip for visitation from South Korea, according to Tourism New Zealand.
All visitor arrivals to New Zealand shows solid growth, but holiday arrivals slow to 2.2%
Tourism NZ’s chair says the agency has cut its visitor arrivals growth expectations this year by almost half.
There were a record 529,300 visitor arrivals to NZ in December, the highest for any month ever, according to Stats NZ’s latest international travel numbers.
TECNZ says some of its members are reporting signs of a slowdown in their bookings.
Overseas visitor arrivals in November 2018 increased by 3.2% to 385,789 compared to the same month in 2017, driven by growth from Australia, the United States and Taiwan.
NZ’s fastest growing source region over recent years has suffered an unexpected dip.
Visitor arrivals for September 2018 grew by 2.1% to 258,155 compared to the same month last year, driven by the United States and China but dragged by a sluggish Australian market.
BERL senior economist Mark Cox takes a look at the fading growth in international visitor numbers but why prospects for New Zealand tourism remain reasonable positive.
Solid growth from the Americas and Asia pushed international visitor arrivals for August up to 246,700 for the month, an increase of 5.4% on the same month last year.
It has taken just four years to increase foreign visitor arrivals by one million.
Auckland Airport has broken through the 20 million annual passengers milestone for the first time with growth of 5.7% over the financial year to June 2018 allowing it to reach 20.5 million.
International visitor numbers fell to 212,200 in June, down 7.7% on the same month last year.
Total international arrivals grew to 3.8 million for the year ended May 2018, up 5% on the previous 12 months, according to Stats NZ’s latest travel and migration figures.
Short-term visitor arrivals reached 3.79 million in the year to April, up 5% on the previous period, according to Stats NZ’s latest travel and migration figures.
Visitors to New Zealand grew 8% in the year to March 2018 to a record 3.82 million driven by growth from the across the country’s major source markets, according to Stats NZ’s latest international travel numbers.
Chinese New Year falling in February in 2018 helped drive the number of visitors from that country to 68,900 during that month, more than double last year’s 33,700, according to Stats NZ.
Overseas visitors to New Zealand in January have fallen for the first time in five years, according to Stats NZ’s latest international travel and migration figures.
Holiday arrivals grew 7.5% in 2017 to 1.95 million with the United States showing the healthiest growth among New Zealand’s major markets.
A record 3.73 million overseas visitors came to New Zealand in the year to December 2017 year with just over half of them here for a holiday.
A record 3.71 million visitors arrived in New Zealand in the November 2017 year. This was an 8 percent increase from the November 2016 year, Stats NZ said today.
Australian tourists and visitors pushed total arrivals to New Zealand to a record 3.69 million for the year to October, up 8% on the previous corresponding period, according to Stats NZ.
A record-breaking 3.68 million visitors arrived in New Zealand in the September 2017 year, up 9% on the previous 12 month period, according to Stats NZ.
Visitor arrivals to New Zealand reached a new annual record of 3.67 million for the year to August, up 9% compared to the previous year.
International visitor arrivals were up 9,100 to 246,900 for July 2017 compared to the same month last year, says Stats NZ.
In July 2017, 246,900 overseas visitors arrived in New Zealand, setting a new July record, said Stats NZ.
A surge in visitors from the United Kingdom and Ireland arriving for the British and Irish Lions rugby tour helped boost total overseas visitor arrivals in June 2017 by 17%.
Visitor arrivals to New Zealand jumped to a new annual record of just over 3.6m in the year end May 2017, a 10% increase on the same period the previous year.
Visitor arrivals for the April 2017 year numbered 3.6 million, setting a new annual record.