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Bank now predics a recovery in monthly international visitor arrivals around 2024.
At least 100 hard hit Glacier Country businesses can be helped by Development West Coast’s $5m support fund.
Retailers in key tourism regions have been ordering souvenirs in anticipation of higher sales, says the bank.
The resort has to look again at its tourism proposition to ensure it becomes a more sustainable, better accepted, industry, says Richard Thomas.
Queenstown hotels welcomes the trans-Tasman boost in bookings but says more time and warning was needed to scale back up to demand.
Largest privately-held NZ airline returns to international route, additional flights will be added in August.
Carbon negativity, converting forged-in-adversity image into compelling stories for visitors are key priorities.
The SOE is forecasting a significant fall in annual tourist passenger numbers for FY21.
Serko has recorded an uplift in transactions so far in March 2021 to reach 68% of the volumes recorded for the same period in March 2019.
The tourism sector will be the weak link in the recovery of Southland, according to an economic analysis of the region.
There are no easy solutions to kickstarting Queenstown’s struggling tourism sector while the borders remain shut, says Destination Queenstown’s newly appointed chief executive Paul Abbot.
The destination has helped fill the Govt’s coffers and it’s time some of it was given back, says the boss of Development West Coast.
Businesses affected by the latest Covid-19 alert level shifts can today apply for the government’s Resurgence Support Payment.
Overseas investors betting on a post-Covid travel boom are pumping multi-million dollar investments into tourism.
But a more sustainable approach could deliver benefits, says Grant Robertson’s 2021 Budget Policy Statement.
As the industry splits into boom and bust regions, one operator reveals how it bucked the trend.
Many operators are not only grappling with fewer visitors this summer but also an unpredictable domestic market.
Tourism New Zealand’s interim CEO outlines the agency’s top priorities and challenges for the year ahead.
But tourism in regions like Hawke’s Bay and Northland has fared better, says the bank.
After a tough year, households are dialling up their spending on activities like dining out and other leisure activities, says the bank.
Hotel prospects for next year are fragile but there are bright spots, say industry experts.
Closed international borders meant the operator had to find a new way to support themselves.
Online corporate booking company Serko says travel booking volumes are showing gradual improvement.
Air New Zealand is adding more capacity to its domestic schedule in December, using its newer A321 Airbus aircraft on its existing A320 services until the end of the month.
The Government is extending its business debt relief programme until October 2021.
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.
Operators from across the country are watching bookings closely in the run up to the summer season.
Regulation to manage supply and price inefficiencies are among mooted recommendations from the Tourism Futures Taskforce.
The Tourism & Transport Forum Australia CEO on how the sector is coping with the shutdown and if there are silver linings.
Air NZ’s CEO says it will burn through its $900m govt loan by August unless borders open.
Chuffed Gifts enabled recipients to ‘choose their own adventure’ so they could be sure they get exactly what they wanted.
Operators normally dependent on international visitors are cutting staff and “treading water”, just managing to be kept afloat by domestic tourism, according to a report from ANZ.
The operators will advise TIA on issues affecting small and micro tourism businesses.
The comments come after PM Jacinda Ardern appeared to pour cold water on two-way quarantine-free travel this year.
The next five months will be “crunch time” for the tourism sector, says the economic forecaster.
Many New Zealanders will not be comfortable travelling overseas until a Covid-19 vaccine is in place, says Booking.com.
iFly NZ’s Matt Wong says the operator’s post-lockdown success is down to its staff.
But there are also domestic tourism opportunities for the country’s rural communities.
CEO Stephen England-Hall says the sector is heading for “a pretty compelling summer”.
Jetstar and Qantas resume trans-Tasman services flying between Auckland and Sydney.
More than 3500 Canterbury businesses have sought Covid-19-related support services, says ChristchurchNZ.
The pandemic had opened the gates for reshaping tourism as a whole sector across the country.
Tourism New Zealand is forecasting a bumper domestic summer season but slates 2024 for a full recovery in international demand, according to its latest scenerio modelling of the future tourism recovery.
With Kiwis unable to fly overseas, bookings have surged on the island.
The end of the Government’s wage subsidy may prompt more redundancies but many tourist and hospitality operators have already downsized.
The operator’s chief executive Chris Sattler says the tourism sector is not using all the assistance available.
For small operators, being innovative is the only way to stay afloat, says Janet Oldham of Great Walks of New Zealand.
Closed borders forced the inbound tourism operator into looking at alternative product offerings.
For tourism operators struggling to pivot to the new visitor landscape, there are opportunities out there.
The association challenges the Govt’s Tourism Futures Taskforce to take “bold steps” to address industry issues.