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In our 2022 Year in Review, we hear from some of tourism’s top stakeholders about the year that was and what’s ahead in 2023.
BCA’s Ben McFadgen says the shortage of operators, drivers and coaches is a direct result of the sector being overlooked.
Increasing demand, rising costs, and shortages are putting pressure on the coach network.
The code enables operators to minimise the risks associated with transporting passengers through alpine environments.
The Bus and Coach Association wants to see more communication between the inbound tour sector and transport operators as the cruise season puts pressure on capacity.
The industry is struggling with what could be a substantial gap between supply and demand this summer.
The BCA criticises the government’s new public transport plans as a throwback to the past and a disservice to all those working in the industry.
Bus and Coach Association acting chief executive Max Dickens said the merger could reduce competition in the bus industry if it proceeded.
Tourism operators need more certainty on when foreign visitors can enter New Zealand without self-isolation, says the Bus and Coach and Rental Vehicle associations.
Dealing with the ongoing impacts of the pandemic and the consequences of the government’s decarbonisation agenda are the top priorities for the Bus & Coach Association’s new chief executive.
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