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New Zealand corporate travel booking software developer, Serko, is stepping up its expansion into North American and European markets after reporting strong growth in its 2019 preliminary results.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group says it now expects its earnings to be flat for FY19.
Tourism Holdings’ share price has stabilised following a profit downgrade induced sell-off before the Easter break.
The operator launches a “decisive” review of its US operations after deteriorating sales in that market.
Tourism Holdings’ digital RV platform says it has created “Australasia’s largest dedicated marketplace for outdoor tourism”.
The operator has sold the concession to operate its 3,200 Auckland car park spaces to Macquarie.
Leslie Preston’s Bachcare has secured investment from a UK holiday rental firm which not only paves the way for continued NZ expansion but also puts international growth in its sights.
However, the airline says it wants to stimulate tourism by tapping into new markets.
Wellington International Airport has raised $100m through the offer of an 11-year, unsecured, fixed-rate bond.
The hotel operator warns of an “urgent change” required to manage costs and revenue in 2019-20.
Wellington International Airport is going ahead with its proposed 11-year, unsecured, fixed-rate bond offer of up to $100m.
Wellington International Airport is considering an 11-year, unsecured, fixed-rate bond offer of up to $100m.
Haka Tourism Group has succeeded in its multi-million dollar bid to take ownership of its Auckland lodge.
The airline is implementing a three-pronged strategy to try and turn around its 34% fall in profit.
CEO Chris Luxon: The airline will be reviewing its network, fleet and cost base as growth slows.
Experience Co’s New Zealand skydive operations have helped drive the group’s interim net profit up by almost two thirds.
Tourism Holdings’ bus tour business is feeling the pinch from a falling youth backpacker market.
The operator’s interim profit has fallen by almost a quarter because of a “challenging” North American market.
The airport saw retail revenue jump to $110.8m in the six months to December 2018.
The airport has cut its target return from 6.99% to 6.62%, compared to the ComCom’s benchmark for airports of 6.41%.
Revenue from the operator’s Great Journeys of NZ business was up 8% in the second half of 2018.
Prospective buyers have approached the liquidator of Heli Tours Queenstown after the business went bust this week.
Major bookings for the flagship $703m venue are under review as delivery blows deadline by 18 months.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group has rejected criticisms of its use of “normalised” results in its company reports citing industry standards.
New Zealand Stock Exchange-listed tourism stocks are this morning on a slow road to recover some of yesterday’s losses triggered by an Air New Zealand profit warning.
CEO Chris Luxon says the airline is concerned with its latest outlook as markets show signs of slower growth.
New Zealand-listed tourism stocks have taken a dive this morning after Air New Zealand slashed its earnings forecast for FY19 on the back of softening travel and tourism.
The growth has been driven by its Auckland property and its high roller business.
The port operator is predicting cruise passenger spend in the region to reach a record $28m this season.
Skyline Enterprises is expecting its luge business to double in size over the next six years to reach 14.1 million rides by 2024.
The operator blames the prospective buyer for a last-minute “bolt out of the blue” to chip the sale price.
The operator has revealed figures for its tourism business in its latest FY18 annual report.
Go Orange, MajorDomo and Wayfare are among the tourism businesses recognised.
Wellington Airport is also making “significant progress on developing new routes”, says its majority owner.
SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited has sold its Darwin casino to US hospitality group Delaware North for A$188m (NZ$201m).
The tourism business owner has also provided a progress update on its Tekapo astronomy centre.
The new parent company, Wayfare, will represent the group’s five tourism brands to trade.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa saw its overall income increase by 3.2% to $5.3m on the back of a high member retention rate and a 2% fees increase.
Booming tourism has pushed up the pay of most – but not all – of the sector’s leading CEOs.