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Auckland Airport’s decision to close its commercial heliport will impact an expected strong season for luxury tourism and damage ‘brand New Zealand’, say operators.
The operator’s new regional GM says it is seeing “pleasantly strong” bookings.
There’s little room to increase prices in an unpredictable environment, says the skydive and scenic flight operator.
The RTO’s GM will join the national tourism group in August.
INFLITE has purchased a PAC 750 XL aircraft, the world’s first plane purpose-built for skydiving.
INFLITE has entered into a partnership with House of Travel’s Mix & Match site to offer private charter flight options to customers.
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Auckland Airport rejects criticism hefty rises in aero charges could hurt tourism…
…as airline groups say passengers will pay in the pocket, impacting travel
Weekly hotel results: Auckland stable while others slide