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March, April and May were “catastrophic” for the sector, says TIA.
While most of the major hotel markets have gotten a decent lift out of Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 2 with added restrictions on Sunday 30 August, the city itself has struggled by comparison, according to figures from STR.
Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 3 on 12 August saw passenger movements fall sharply at Auckland Airport.
Overseas visitor arrivals were down 95% from 251,800 to 3800 in July 2020, compared with July 2019.
Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 2 on Sunday 30 August, with some added restrictions, saw an immediate effect on the country’s major hotel markets, according to figures from STR.
Spending on travel and tourism services suffered in August 2020 due to Covid-19 alert level 3 restrictions in Auckland and alert level 2 for the rest of New Zealand, says Stats NZ.
Travel restrictions imposed by the Government on passenger arrivals Into New Zealand show a dip in passenger numbers in July followed by a small rise in August.
Around 1 in 14 workers say they expect to lose their job or business by mid-2021, says Stats NZ.
Air New Zealand carried 714,000 passengers during July 2020, down 56% on the same month last year.
Visitors spent $12.6m in Whanganui during July, which was more akin to spending over summer holidays than a typical winter month.
Christchurch bucked the national trend with a sharp jump in occupancy.
There were 9,147 total arrivals through New Zealand borders in July 2020.
The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for the month of July 2020 was $13m, a decline of 52.4% for the same month last year.
Domestic tourists accounted for 59%, or 7063 kilotonnes, of tourism consumption-based emissions in 2017, according to new data from Stats NZ.
Queenstown appears to be suffering most from Auckland’s Covid-19 alert level 3 lockdown, according to figures from STR.
The new dataset will be the country’s leading public insight into New Zealand’s accommodation sector.
However, the impact of the pandemic on visitor numbers would give way to more standard levels of growth by 2031.
Spending on accommodation services was down 44%, or $418m in the June 2020 quarter.
There were 11,300 fewer women working in tourism in June than the same month last year, says Stats NZ.
New Zealand’s major hotel markets all took a hit following Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 3 and the rest of the country to level 2 on 12 August, according to figures from STR.
July 2020 was the second full month of relatively normal “business as usual” since the initial Covid-19 lockdown earlier this year, says Marketview.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes decreased by 84.9% in June compared with the same month last year.
Auckland’s hotel market will again be hit hard by new Covid-19 alert level 3 restrictions after staging a recovery since the end of July, according to figures from STR.
The total number of border crossings in the June 2020 quarter was 78,400 compared with 3.14 million for the same period in 2019.
More was spent on food and beverage but less on accommodation despite the school holidays.
June 2020 was the strongest June on record for Whanganui despite the impact of Covid-19, according Whanganui & Partners.
A shift to alert level 1 in June was not enough to offset a lack of international dollars being spent in many regions across the country, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
Wellington’s hotel occupancy has plateaued following the July school holiday peak but at a higher level than any of the other major markets, according to figures from STR.
Christchurch’s hotel market has seen occupancy hover around 50% for the fourth week in a row, defying falls in other markets over the past two weeks, according to figures from STR.
The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for the month of June 2020 was $17m, a decline of 67.5% for the same month last year.
The number of passengers on Air New Zealand flights in June dropped 74% from the same a month a year ago to 430,000.
Accommodation and food services and arts and recreation jobs are among the most significantly impacted industries following the Covid-19 level 4 lockdown, says Stats NZ.
The Waikato region had the second highest level of domestic visitors during the July school holidays across New Zealand, according to a new Data Ventures report.
The region saw visitor spend jump by almost two-thirds in the two weeks to 19 July, compared to the same corresponding period in 2019.
New research shows 7 out of 10 New Zealanders support reducing immigration and stopping tourists from China, despite benefits to the economy.
Three South Island regions were the hardest hit by stifled tourism spend during the three-month peak of New Zealand’s Covid-19 crisis, according to TIA analysis of the Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates.
Occupancy and RevPAR dipped across all of the country’s major hotel markets in the second week of the July school holidays, according to figures from STR.
However, the full effects of border closures, business failures, and job losses would only become apparent over the next 18 months.
The New Zealand hotel market is one of the best performing worldwide, according to Colliers hotel specialist Dean Humphries.
Queenstown Airport saw 9912 passenger movements in May 2020, down 93.3% from the same month in 2019.
June 2020 was the first full month where retail spending was back to ‘normal’ following the more restrictive lockdown phases, says Marketview.
The resort saw a sharp uptick in occupancy for the first week of the school holidays, almost doubling from the previous week’s results, according to figures from STR.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes dropped to 85,157 in May 2020, down 94.7% compared to the same month last year, according to the operator’s latest monthly traffic update.
Falling hotel and motel prices due to the Covid-19 crisis contributed to the consumer price index declining 0.5% in the June 2020 quarter, says Stats NZ.
More than 50 international visitors say they came for a vacation in May.
Whanganui hospitality and accommodation businesses have seen significant consumer spending growth following the Covid-19 alert level 4 lockdown, says Whanganui & Partners.
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.