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Around 40% of inbounders expect to see a 90% or better return in business this 2022-23 season compared with pre-Covid levels of activity, according to Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
In an industry-first collaboration, six West Coast and Canterbury regional tourism organisations have promoted their region to 80 agents from 40 inbound businesses at a product showcase in Auckland.
Japan’s move to loosen border restrictions could have a positive impact on New Zealand’s inbound visitor market, but some travellers remain wary of quarantine requirements.
Inbound tour operator Southern Travelnet has been named a Toitū Carbonreduce Certified Organisation.
Jet ski tours, lake cruises, and new hotels were among the products launched during the pandemic and showcased at Regional Tourism New Zealand’s ITO trade event this week.
Costs and visa delays could keep a cap on markets like India despite demand growing.
A group of inbound tour operators is calling on the government to provide support to help kickstart preparations before borders open to International tourists.
From catering for some of the 400k visitors annually from China, almost all the specialist ITOs have shut their doors.
But overseas agents are getting “pretty frustrated” at New Zealand, says TECNZ chair Scott Mehrtens.
A TECNZ poll lays out how international wholesalers and agents are seeing NZ – and it’s not pretty.
The government needs to make available a $200m rescue package for operators reliant on international visitors, or see many wind-up and close permanently.
This year is going to be another tough one for the tourism industry’s inbound tour operators, says Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
A Q1 trans-Tasman travel bubble could come too late for some of the country’s inbound tourism operators.
Tourism businesses that reduced prices for the domestic market must prepare to start lifting them again for the return of international travellers, according to Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chief executive Lynda Keene.
Visitors from long-haul destinations must begin to arrive in New Zealand from 1 October 2021 if inbound tour operators are to survive the Covid-19 crisis, says Tourism Export Council chief executive Lynda Keene.
New Zealand’s inbound tour operators now have access to a new Covid-19 readiness database to help them find credible suppliers and build itineraries.
Tourism New Zealand chief executive Stephen England-Hall says it took “some effort” to get the message through to Government of the value of inbound tour operators.
Successful STAPP applicants and inbound tour operators will be able to access the cheap debt.
As many inbounders face oblivion, the tourism minister reiterates the Govt’s position on its support for ITOs.
The abrupt cessation of international tourism led to the collapse of 25-year-old inbound tour operator Naturally New Zealand Holidays Limited with around $600,000 owing to unsecured creditors outside the business.
Tourism industry stalwart Trish Abrahamson has placed her 25-year-old business Naturally New Zealand Holidays in liquidation.
The Govt’s exclusion of ITOs from receiving STAPP grants is devastating and will slow recovery, say operators.
Two Rotorua-based tourism specialists have set up an online booking platform that aims to support the tourism industry by tapping into the goodwill of New Zealanders.
New Zealand’s inbound tour operators are “holding faith” that the tourism sector will receive further support from government as new research shows how deeply the industry has been hit by the Covid-19 outbreak.
General Travel New Zealand has been crowned the 2018 Inbound Operator of the Year.
The lion’s share of the revenue came from sales of group trips to New Zealand.
The tourism industry has been urged to continually adapt to change in the face of technologically advances that are likely to have an enormous impact on their business.
Potos from the TECNZ 2018 conference being held in the Hawke’s Bay this week.
After 17 years at the helm of South Pacific Travellers World, managing director Linda Jenkins has called it a day, selling the business to Pacific Travel Ltd.
Inbound tour companies are now invited to register for the annual RTNZ: Inbound Trade Event which is being held on Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th April 2018 at the Heritage Hotel Auckland.
Regional Tourism New Zealand (RTNZ) is reminding inbound tour companies to ‘save the date’ for the annual RTONZ-Inbound Trade event.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s chief executive, Chris Roberts, calls on the inbound and hotel sectors to work together to optimise tourism opportunities.
New Zealand is losing 20% of new business due to lack of hotel accommodation and high room prices, says the Tourism Export Council .
After starting her business in 1997, Trish Abrahamson has turned Naturally NZ Holidays into one of the best respected ITOs in the country.
A record number of inbound travel companies are heading for the RTONZ-Inbound Trade event in Auckland.