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Cancelled flights, disrupted vacations, and frayed tempers are rife as people take to the skies and the airline industry comes under pressure.
Governments were too quick to shut borders, destroying global aviation, argues IATA’s Willie Walsh at the organisation’s AGM in Doha.
NZ tourism needs to focus on professional development to upskill and transform into a high value workforce, writes Alex Dykman.
With the reopening of the border from next week, the future of tourism comes into sharp relief.
Flying must not return to pre-pandemic levels, writes Massey University’s Robert McLachlan.
Simply focusing on ‘high value’ tourism will come with costs for businesses and communities.
The tourism recovery will require a different way of thinking and working, writes BCA’s Ben McFadgen.
There are serious negative future social and economic implications if there is a weak tourism recovery.
Hotel Council Aotearoa’s strategic director, James Doolan, on jump-starting the tourism sector in 2022.
The strict New Zealand border conditions will soon no longer be necessary, writes Rēnata West.
Tourism New Zealand’s Rebecca Ingram joins Tourism Industry Aotearoa as chief executive at a pivotal period for the industry, writes the Ticker’s Bennett Richardson.
ChristchurchNZ’s GM of attraction and destination, Loren Heaphy, on what 2022 may hold and how to approach the year ahead.
WellingtonNZ’s departing GM of marketing and comms says you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more resilient bunch than New Zealand’s tourism whānau.
The Bus and Coach Association’s CEO calls for tourism minister Stuart Nash to go.
The new tourism minister Stuart Nash made a scatological splash this week following the Tourism Summit Aotearoa, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
Enterprise Dunedin’s city marketing manager says now is the time to reset the region’s offering.
The chair of ATEED’s Industry Leaders Group says NZ tourism’s “engine room” has earned the right for support.
National’s leader tried to build a political beachhead in tourism but it has been swamped.
Former New Zealand Ministry of Tourism senior research analyst and professor of information management in tourism at Kempten University in Bavaria, Markus Landvogt, says it is time for Government to make bold decisions for the future of tourism and looks at what it can learn from Europe.
DOC’s Lou Sanson on the impact of climate change, changing visitor behaviour, and moving beyond sustainable tourism.
University of South Australia senior lecturer in tourism management and former University of Otago academic, Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, on why the industry needs to be reoriented towards the local community.
CINZ’s CEO lays out her Xmas wishlist and calls for more recognition of the value of NZ’s Business Events sector.