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CAA: GA8 Airvans safe to fly
26 Jul 2019  

CAA: GA8 Airvans safe to fly

The Civil Aviation has lifted the temporary suspension of all 21 Gippsland GA8 aircraft operating in New Zealand.


Airvans grounded: Safe, reliable, workhorses – operator
22 Jul 2019  

Airvans grounded: Safe, reliable, workhorses – operator

The popular scenic tours aircraft has been grounded after a crash in Sweden killed nine.


The Helicopter Line expands in Mackenzie
16 Jul 2019  

The Helicopter Line expands in Mackenzie

Totally Tourism’s The Helicopter Line has opened a new base at Takapō / Lake Tekapo.


Skydive Wellington: “We are all devastated”
20 Jun 2019   /

Skydive Wellington: “We are all devastated”

The operator has praised “focused and conscientious” 20-year old pilot, Joshua Christensen, who died in a mid-air collision on Sunday.


GCH enters whale watching with Kaikōura acquisition
9 May 2019   /

GCH enters whale watching with Kaikōura acquisition

The Christchurch-based operator will now control one of only two helicopter concessions to fly over the whale sanctuary.


Tourism NZ: New Seoul service should boost South Korea arrivals
29 Mar 2019   /

Tourism NZ: New Seoul service should boost South Korea arrivals

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.


Air NZ: Growth curtailed, $750m spend deferred, cost-cutting drive
28 Mar 2019   /

Air NZ: Growth curtailed, $750m spend deferred, cost-cutting drive

However, the airline says it wants to stimulate tourism by tapping into new markets.


Air NZ launches Seoul service to tap into third-largest Asian market
28 Mar 2019  

Air NZ launches Seoul service to tap into third-largest Asian market

Air NZ is adding South Korea to its Pacific Rim network announcing the introduction of a new direct service to Seoul by the end of the year.


Boeing 737 MAX suspension: a tourism expert’s view
15 Mar 2019  

Boeing 737 MAX suspension: a tourism expert’s view

The Science Media Centre approached Professor Michael Lück from AUT’s School of Hospitality & Tourism for comment on the CAA’s suspension of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Here is his reply.


CAA suspends Boeing 737 MAX aircraft following fatal crashes
13 Mar 2019  

CAA suspends Boeing 737 MAX aircraft following fatal crashes

The Civil Aviation Authority has suspended the operation of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft to or from New Zealand.


Auckland Seaplanes back in the sky
4 Mar 2019  

Auckland Seaplanes back in the sky

The operator has resumed flying operations after one of its aircraft ditched in Auckland Harbour on Friday.


Auckland Seaplanes aircraft ditches
1 Mar 2019   /

Auckland Seaplanes aircraft ditches

One of Auckland Seaplanes’ aircraft has crashed in the Auckland harbour, nose-diving into the water.


NTT adds West Coast scenic flights with launch of Vantage Helicopters
19 Dec 2018  

NTT adds West Coast scenic flights with launch of Vantage Helicopters

Ngāi Tahu Tourism has added West Coast scenic flights to its 14-strong portfolio of tourism experiences.


Auckland Seaplanes buys island airfield, launches Waiheke Wings
17 Dec 2018  

Auckland Seaplanes buys island airfield, launches Waiheke Wings

The operator will use Waiheke Island’s sole airstrip to launch a new land-based air service.


IATA: APAC to drive doubling of global passenger traffic to 8.2 billion by 2037
25 Oct 2018   /

IATA: APAC to drive doubling of global passenger traffic to 8.2 billion by 2037

Asia Pacific could add an extra 2.35 billion passengers by 2037, says a new forecast.


Glenorchy Air co-owner dies after fall
23 Oct 2018  

Glenorchy Air co-owner dies after fall

Glenorchy Air co-owner and chief pilot Robert Rutherford has died following a fall from a ladder.


Air NZ, Zephyr partner to launch air taxis in NZ
16 Oct 2018   /

Air NZ, Zephyr partner to launch air taxis in NZ

The partnership aims to bring the self-piloted electric air taxi Cora to market.


Heli Glenorchy pledges flight time for two local projects
14 Aug 2018   /

Heli Glenorchy pledges flight time for two local projects

Family-owned South Island tourism company Heli Glenorchy has pledged its support for two projects at the front line of conservation and emergency efforts respectively.


Operator scraps use of Robinson R44s following fatality
1 Aug 2018  

Operator scraps use of Robinson R44s following fatality

Owen River Lodge will no longer use the helicopters following the death of Wanaka pilot Matt Wallis.


Self-piloted electric air taxi ‘Cora’ revealed in Canterbury
13 Mar 2018   /

Self-piloted electric air taxi ‘Cora’ revealed in Canterbury

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.


More South American, African tourists to follow new air deals
16 Mar 2017  

More South American, African tourists to follow new air deals

Columbia has been added to the list of countries New Zealand has signed an air services agreement with making it easier for tourists from the South American country to travel to New Zealand.


Air NZ introduces Dreamliner on Adelaide route
16 Mar 2017  

Air NZ introduces Dreamliner on Adelaide route

With visitor numbers between New Zealand and South Australia continuing to soar, Air New Zealand will begin flying the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft to Adelaide.


Air NZ betting on tourism growth, big events to arrest profit fall
24 Feb 2017  

Air NZ betting on tourism growth, big events to arrest profit fall

Air New Zealand reported interim earnings before tax of $249m for the six months to 31 December 2015, down 24% on the same period the previous year.


DOC rejects criticism of new fees, says increases well signalled
21 Feb 2017  

DOC rejects criticism of new fees, says increases well signalled

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Why this matters: Aviation NZ’s chief on DOC’s new landing fees
21 Feb 2017  

Why this matters: Aviation NZ’s chief on DOC’s new landing fees

Aviation New Zealand’s chief executive John Nicholson tells us why he believes DOC’s new landing charges are an unfair imposition on an industry already operating under heavy fee burdens, with more to come later this year.


Increased costs, competition eat into Air NZ revenue
21 Feb 2017   /

Increased costs, competition eat into Air NZ revenue

Air New Zealand continues to report lower passenger revenue as rising fuel prices and increased competition take their toll.


No consultation. No methodology. A smack in the face: Operators slam new DOC fees
20 Feb 2017  

No consultation. No methodology. A smack in the face: Operators slam new DOC fees

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