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The eight-week suspension of the trans-Tasman travel bubble had an immediate impact on operators.
Quarantine-free travel from all of Australia will stop for eight weeks.
However, having one might not immediately change the need for 14 days of managed isolation for arrivals.
It will be the latest state in Australia to move into lockdown today after new community cases of Covid.
Air NZ has cancelled flights from Melbourne but is continuing to fly from NZ to the city to return visitors already here.
The travel bubble with the Australian state could pause again because of new community cases there.
We will soon be able to see the government’s proposed pathway forward.
The government also makes Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for more border jobs.
Returnees will also have to go into MIQ for 14 days when the flights start on Tuesday.
The pause in quarantine-free travel from New South Wales and Queensland will continue for the time being.
But there is “no clear date” for quarantine-free travel from NSW, says Jacinda Ardern.
But quarantine-free travel from the major visitor source market of New South Wales remains suspended.
Not acting would risk the domestic tourism market as well, says Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins.
The travel bubble pause allows New Zealand to work on its Covid-19 response, writes senior lecturer Matt Hobbs.
Operators in the north are also feeling the impact of curtailed travel but to varying degrees.
With the Sydney outbreak spreading, the government says the risk to NZ is growing.
A number of hospitality outlets were also visited by the tourist.
Quarantine-free travel from New South Wales to New Zealand has been paused.
Those who visited Bondi Junction mall on 12 and 13 June urged to test immediately.
Ardern’s comments come as more countries require vaccination passports for international travellers.
Pause extended until Tuesday 22 June, to be reviewed if situation evolves.
The vast majority of arrivals from Australia came to visit family and friends, says Stats NZ.
Covid-19 Response minister Chris Hipkins says the suspension will continue for a further seven days.
The decision was made after the Victorian government extended its lockdown for a further week.
“It’s good to get more eyes on this place,” says Ziptrek’s executive director, Trent Yeo.
There appeared to be just one commitment which could have a direct impact on tourism.
The decision was made following the growing number of Covid cases in Melbourne.
There have been nine cases of Covid-19 in the past two days in Melbourne.
But it could be longer before unrestricted global travel resumes, says the department.
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.
Air NZ reports strong forward bookings for the school holidays.
Quarantine-free travel from New South Wales to New Zealand resumes today.
Tourism in the Cook Islands accounts for 67% of GDP there, meaning that the entire economy rather than just one sector would likely feel the effects of the travel bubble.
Air NZ promptly announces more flights to Rarotonga saying almost 110,000 Kiwis headed there in 2019.
Gung-ho Aussies and timid Kiwis are exacerbating the net benefit of travel to NZ.
Travellers from Western Australia will be able to fly quarantine-free to New Zealand again from later today.
But it’s still a long way to go before arrivals reach pre-Covid levels.
We’ve been preparing for almost a year, says ANZCRO’s Nick Guthrey.
The arrival of flight QF121 in Queenstown marks the turning of the tide for the resort, says mayor Jim Boult.
Ardern plans to take Scott Morrison to some of the South Island’s tourist destinations.
The arrivals from Australia were greeted with handshakes, hugs and lollies.
Warm welcomes are readied as operators gear up for the return of Australian arrivals.
The airline says it will carry more than 5000 passengers across the Tasman on the first day of the travel bubble.
Going from mostly mothballed to welcoming hundreds of flights has been a massive task, says CEO Adrian Littlewood.
Australians are ready to jump the ditch to visit New Zealand with a record number looking for accommodation, says Booking.com.
First flight to Wellington from Australia in two-way bubble slated to arrive at 1pm on 19 April.
Air New Zealand’s first direct flight to Hobart from Auckland takes off at 9am on 22 April and currently costs $276.
Airbnb saw a surge in New Zealand and Australian bookings in the lead up to the trans-Tasman travel bubble announcement on Tuesday.
Tourism groups breathe a collective sigh of relief after a date is set for the two-way safe travel corridor.
Areas with outsize reliance on international visitors ready to grab Aussie lifeline.