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Average weekly occupancy at Auckland hotels broke above the 50% mark for the first time since the Delta lockdown began mid-August.
Economic confidence in the Otago region jumped 10 points over the December quarter, according to the latest Westpac McDermott Miller Regional Economic Confidence report.
A full recovery of annual international visitor numbers into New Zealand is now not expected until sometime after May 2025, according to an updated forecast from Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
Popular summer holiday region Tasman has the strongest financial wellbeing in the country, according to ASB.
Regional tourism organisation areas in the wider Otago region continued to put in a better performance for domestic spending in November 2021 versus the same month a year earlier.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes decreased by 40% in December 2021, compared to the same month the previous year.
There were 28,694 total border crossings in November 2021, with 4046 more departures than arrivals, according to provisional data from StatsNZ.
The resort saw the biggest jump in occupancy over the summer peak of the country’s major hotel markets.
Average weekly occupancy at Christchurch hotels recovered to nearly the 50% mark in the week ending Saturday 15 January
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Spending in the hospitality and travel sectors in December 2021 fell despite card expenditure increasing elsewhere, according to new figures from Stats NZ.
Tourism operators in The Coromandel have seen the busiest December in three years, according to Destination Coromandel.
Occupancy across New Zealand slipped slightly in the week ending Saturday 11 December with Auckland’s ongoing lockdown suppressing activity in the country’s major hotel markets.
MBIE is calling on a wide range of applicants to join a Tourism Data Co-governance Group to boost the quality of tourism data and insights.
Auckland Airport says total passenger volumes fell to 58,697 in November 2021, down 89.1% on the same month last year.
However, domestic tourism expenditure increased over that year to $24.6bn.
Average weekly occupancy at Queenstown hotels slipped back under the 20% mark in the week ending Saturday 4 December, according to STR.
Occupancy at Christchurch hotels jumped to 45.6% in the week ending Saturday 27 November, according to STR.
The marine ecotourism sector has great potential to link back to community and local economic development, says Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge project co-leader Professor Simon Milne at AUT.
The occupancy rate for the year to October was 39%, with 94% coming from domestic guest nights.
Occupancy at Auckland hotels dropped to 33.3% in the week ending Saturday 20 November, according to STR.
The number of passengers travelling through Queenstown Airport dropped to 54,580 in October 2021, down 59% compared with the same month in 2020.
Occupancy across New Zealand has hovered around 35% for more than a month with Auckland’s ongoing lockdown suppressing activity.
Occupancy at Christchurch hotels dropped sharply in the week following the discovery of the first community cases of Covid-19 in the city in nearly a year.
Occupancy at Wellington hotels has hovered in the mid-30s for the past three weeks.
A data tool for Australians considering travelling abroad ranks New Zealand as one of the ‘safest bets’ for in terms of getting past the custom gates and experiencing a level of relative freedom once there without significant exposure to Covid-19.
The first full month of Delta contributed to Air New Zealand passenger movements across the group dropping 60.8% in September 2021.
Stormy weather and the short-term closure of the Queen Charlotte Track impacted September spending in Marlborough.
Occupancy rates in September at accommodation types nationwide were down to 21.2% for the month despite a move to level 2 outside Auckland, marking another record low since the Accommodation Data Programme (ADP) began in mid-2020.
Occupancy at Queenstown hotels was flat in the week ending Saturday 16 October, with weekly occupancy at 24.6%, according to STR.
Occupancy at Christchurch hotels jumped more than 10 percentage points in the week ending Saturday 9 October, with weekly occupancy at 54.7%, according to STR.
Occupancy at Wellington hotels continued to improve marginally in the week ending Saturday 2 October, with weekly occupancy at 27.9%, according to STR.
Credit defaults for accommodation and food firms are up by over 45% in the June-August 2021 quarter compared to the same period in 2019, according to the latest data report from consumer credit firm Centrix.
Occupancy at the resort rose last week but only slightly, reflecting the impact of Auckland’s ongoing lockdown.
Hotels recorded occupancy for the month of just 38% – the best of all accommodation types.
But it’s still a far cry from pre-Covid times, or even the same week in 2020 thanks to the latest lockdown.
Australasian travel technology company TripTech has developed a customised visitor review for the regions, called the Destination Analytics Report.
Auckland hotels improved slightly over the week ending Saturday 11 September with average weekly occupancy at 34.5%.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes in July 2021 were at 822,637, up 59.7% versus the same month in 2020 as a strong start to the month deflated along with the trans-Tasman bubble.
Spending in the hospitality industry fell $235m to $646m, down 26.7% in August 2021 compared to the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
Occupancy across the capital dived from 70% to 5% in just two weeks as the city hunkered down due to Delta.
Tourism New Zealand has launched a data resource to help the tourism industry access insights that could help businesses grow.
Credit defaults for accommodation and food firms are up by more than 40% in the May-July quarter compared to same period in 2019, according to the latest data report from consumer credit firm Centrix.
Travel services exports including international visitors and students in New Zealand returned $1.26bn in the June 2021 quarter.
More areas saw visitor spend fall in July compared to the same month a year ago.
Queenstown was down 94.3% to record an average weekly occupancy of 1.3%, which appeared to be a record low for the resort.
The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation in July 2021 was $76m, up 489.6% from the same month in 2020, according to Stats NZ.
But average occupancy in the year to July 2021 across all commercial accommodation types was only 42%.
Stays at hotels across New Zealand plunged after the government imposed alert level 4 restrictions.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes in June 2021 jumped 196.9% versus 2020 as numbers bounced from the Covid-affected demand during the same month last year.