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Hospitality spending on accommodation and food and beverage bounced back in June.
New Zealand’s tourism and hospitality sector posted a surprise jump in new job listings in June, according to Trade Me.
The Government’s growing managed isolation business appears to be driving Auckland’s hotel sector as the market closes in last winter’s pre-Covid results, according to figures from STR.
The value of consents for hotels, motels, and other short-term accommodation fell 76.5% to $11m in May 2020, down from $46m for the same month in 2019.
Domestic tourism spend rebounded to $827m in May 2020, up from $177m in April, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
A steady, five-week rise in occupancy has seen New Zealand’s overall hotel market close in on 50% occupancy, according to figures from STR.
More than 80% of New Zealanders say they have not seen enough of New Zealand, according to a survey from Torpedo7.
The innovative nature of these businesses may help them succeed in the Covid-era, says Stats NZ.
Air New Zealand saw a 97.6% drop in long haul passenger numbers in May 2020, compared to the same month in 2019.
Christchurch’s hotel market has been given a boost – most probably because of the Government’s managed isolation contracts – with occupancy and RevPAR jumping significantly last week, according to figures from STR.
The impact of Covid-19 on the tourism sector resulted in sharp drops in confidence across most regions that relied heavily on international visitors.
There were 2406 arrivals in New Zealand for the seven days to Tuesday 23 June, according to provisional figures from Stats NZ.
Employment confidence fell 12.9 points to 87.3 in June in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown, according to Westpac’s latest Employment Confidence report.
Queenstown’s hotel market appears to have flattened, according to figures from STR.
It was the largest quarterly fall since the 2.4% decline in the March 1991 quarter.
The shift to Covid-19 alert level 2 in May helped drive Auckland Airport domestic passenger movements that month to almost double that recorded in April.
Rotorua has overtaken Queenstown as the destination of choice for travellers, according to a new survey from NZ Pocket Guide.
Consumer confidence is the lowest it has been since 2009, according to the latest Westpac McDermott-Miller Consumer Confidence Index.
The number of people crossing NZ’s border fell to levels last seen in the late 1960s.
New Zealand’s tourism-related greenhouse gas emissions jumped 16.3% in a decade.
Occupancy in Auckland has enjoyed a post-Queen’s Birthday weekend boost closing in on 50%, according to figures from STR.
More than half-a-million Kiwis were travelling away from home during the peak of the Queen’s Birthday weekend, according to new data.
Half of the country’s RTO areas suffered visitor spending falls of 90% or more in April 2020, the first full month of lockdown.
While Queenstown, Auckland and Wellington saw a Queen’s Birthday weekend boost in activity last week, Christchurch struggled to lift itself off the floor, according to figures from STR.
Total spend for the March 2020 year increased 2% to $11.47bn.
Stats NZ is preparing to launch the regular research series into the sector’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Wellington occupancy has continued its climb into double figures following the move to Covid-19 alert level 2 on 13 May, according to figures from STR.
Early signs of domestic tourism in New Zealand “bouncing back and contributing to economic recovery” have emerged in new data from Airbnb.
Fresh Info and Kantar both won tenders for government data contracts in the last year.
Queenstown has seen occupancy and RevPAR climb off its recent record lows during the week ending Saturday 16 May, according to figures from STR.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes in April showed a 97.5% drop, as Covid-19 saw air travel fall dramatically.
There were no departures from New Zealand and only six arrivals on Tuesday 19 May, according to the latest provisional travel data from Stats NZ.
Kiwis holidaying at home could inject billions into NZ tourism – which region will benefit the most?
Across all of New Zealand, occupancy fell to 26.2% for the week ended Saturday 9 May, down 64.5% on the same week last year, according to figures from STR.
March 2020 saw the largest-ever drop in monthly visitor arrival numbers, ahead of the COVID-19 lockdown, according to Stats NZ.
Confidence among hotel operators has plummeted, according to a new survey.
Travel agency and tour arrangement services spending fell to negative numbers for the first time since Stats NZ began collecting the data, says the department.
Tourism spend fell across the board in March as travel was reduced to a trickle when New Zealand transitioned to a level 4 lockdown on 26 March, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
For the third week in a row, Auckland occupancy has crept up from a low of 32% a month ago to 44.33% last week, according to figures from STR.
The value of building consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation increased 25% in March 2020 compared to the same month last year, according to Statistics New Zealand.
Arrivals are likely to stay low post-pandemic because of weakness in source markets and Covid fear, says the bank.
Wellington occupancy appears to have plateaued, falling to 8.6% last week, according to figures from STR.
Air New Zealand passenger numbers fell to 1.36 million in March 2020, down 25.9% on the same month last year.
New Zealand’s second main gateway, Christchurch, saw RevPAR fall to $10.62 last week, down 91.1% on the same period last year, according to figures from STR.
The number of passengers travelling through Queenstown Airport’s terminal decreased by 36.6% to 134,960 compared with March 2019.
Transport costs fell 1.7% in the March 2020 quarter, mainly influenced by price falls for international airfares and petrol, according to the latest consumers price index.
A third of New Zealand hotels are currently closed with more expected to shut their doors in the coming weeks as the Covid-19 crisis continues to bite, according to new research from Colliers.
Arrivals forced into self-isolation and departing tourists appear to be propping up the Auckland market, albeit at an unnaturally low level, as the country neared the end of the third week of lockdown, according to figures from STR.
Auckland Airport saw total passenger volumes drop by 8.6% to 1.6 million in February 2020
Total visitor arrivals fell steeply in February 2020, down 11% to 372,700.