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Luxury comeback? Lodge booked out Nov to March
30 Jun 2022   /

Luxury comeback? Lodge booked out Nov to March

Owen River Lodge has also put in place a permanent discount rate for Kiwis as thanks for the support shown during the pandemic.


Southern regions rise as international tourism revives – ASB
29 Jun 2022   /

Southern regions rise as international tourism revives – ASB

After languishing at the bottom of the bank’s regional rankings, Otago and Southland are on the move.


Holiday parks confident as international returns,  domestic wanes
29 Jun 2022   /

Holiday parks confident as international returns, domestic wanes

Holiday parks hosted more than 7.1 million guest nights for the year ending May 2022, exceeding the number of nights spent in the country’s hotels, backpackers, and lodges.


TECNZ: Bookings pick up with some exceeding pre-Covid levels
28 Jun 2022   /

TECNZ: Bookings pick up with some exceeding pre-Covid levels

Bookings for the 2022-23 season are gaining momentum with some inbound tour operators already looking stronger than they were before Covid hit in March 2020.


Wellington Airport seeks 200 staff as activity recovers
23 Jun 2022   /

Wellington Airport seeks 200 staff as activity recovers

Wellington Airport is seeking 200 staff for its airline and airport operations, and its retail, hotel, border and security services.


PM heading to Europe, Aus for tourism, trade
21 Jun 2022   /

PM heading to Europe, Aus for tourism, trade

Jacinda Ardern will leave this weekend to tout tourism and trade as NZ seeks to reconnect with overseas markets.


Westpac: Returning tourists drive regional recovery
17 Jun 2022   /

Westpac: Returning tourists drive regional recovery

Which regions will benefit most from the increase in tourist spending?


Up to 60% visitor recovery by May 2023 – TECNZ
17 Jun 2022   /

Up to 60% visitor recovery by May 2023 – TECNZ

New Zealand could see a 55%-60% return of pre-Covid visitor arrivals and spend by as early as the year ending May 2023, despite a lack of China-based airlines during the latter half of 2022.


Air NZ guides smaller loss with bookings recovering
10 Jun 2022   /

Air NZ guides smaller loss with bookings recovering

Air New Zealand says it now expects its FY22 loss before other significant items and taxation to be less than $750m.


Hospo on road to recovery – RA
10 Jun 2022   /

Hospo on road to recovery – RA

The hospitality industry is bouncing back from downtime caused by Covid, according to a Restaurant Association survey of members for the month of May.


Global tourism gaining momentum – UNTWO
7 Jun 2022   /

Global tourism gaining momentum – UNTWO

A better-than-expected Q1 prompts the agency to bring forward its forecasts for the recovery. 


What we’ve learnt from the pandemic – West Coast operators
3 Jun 2022   /

What we’ve learnt from the pandemic – West Coast operators

Sustainability, collaboration, and new approaches to attracting domestic visitors have come to the fore in one of the hardest hit tourism regions.


Air NZ international passenger numbers jump
3 Jun 2022   /

Air NZ international passenger numbers jump

The reopening of the border has contributed to a significant increase in Air New Zealand passenger movements on international and long-haul journeys, despite an overall drop in passenger numbers for the airline.


May daily arrivals top 6k for first time since March 2020
2 Jun 2022   /

May daily arrivals top 6k for first time since March 2020

Daily arrivals to New Zealand exceeded 6,000 on a number of days in May 2022 – the first time that level has been reached since the borders closed in March 2020.


MoaTrek invests in new fleet as “ferocious” demand drives bookings
31 May 2022   /

MoaTrek invests in new fleet as “ferocious” demand drives bookings

The small group tour operator ramps up investment as it nears a sell-out of its 150 tours over the 2022-23 season.


American Airlines to restart Auckland-Dallas in October
27 May 2022   /

American Airlines to restart Auckland-Dallas in October

American Airlines will resume its daily non-stop Auckland – Dallas Fort services Worth between October and March.


Orange setting no barrier to recovery – business chamber
25 May 2022   /

Orange setting no barrier to recovery – business chamber

The Covid orange traffic light setting is not a constraint or handbrake to accelerating business recovery and growth, says Auckland Business Chamber chief executive Michael Barnett.


‘Now’ event explores Auckland’s recovery
24 May 2022   /

‘Now’ event explores Auckland’s recovery

The future of Auckland is under the microscope today at Auckland’s Future, Now event.


Q&A: Nash on changing tourism, wages, IVL and Budget 2022
18 May 2022   /

Q&A: Nash on changing tourism, wages, IVL and Budget 2022

Tourism has to build back better and that means changes to the way things have been done in the past, says the tourism minister.


Serko loss widens to $36m, sees “strong” travel recovery
18 May 2022   /

Serko loss widens to $36m, sees “strong” travel recovery

Business travel booking platform Serko has reported a net loss after tax of $36m for the year to March 2022, citing increased investment for the 22% decline on last year’s result.


Asia-Pacific travel stunted by China, Japan – IATA
18 May 2022   /

Asia-Pacific travel stunted by China, Japan – IATA

The International Air Transport Association says China and Japan are contributing to major gaps in the region’s recovery.


Wellington Airport back in the black
17 May 2022   /

Wellington Airport back in the black

The operator bounces back from a $35.72m loss last year.


Return of Aus flights next week on track – Queenstown Airport
17 May 2022   /

Return of Aus flights next week on track – Queenstown Airport

Queenstown Airport says Qantas is on track to bring direct flights back to the resort next week.


April rise in Auckland Airport international passengers
17 May 2022   /

April rise in Auckland Airport international passengers

International passengers through Auckland Airport, excluding transits increased 233.3% from April 2021.


$20m arts, culture support saves hundreds of businesses, jobs – Sepuloni
13 May 2022   /

$20m arts, culture support saves hundreds of businesses, jobs – Sepuloni

The government’s Arts and Culture Covid Recovery Programme has paid out more than $20m to arts and culture events that were cancelled or suffered a loss of income due to Covid.


Tourism sector champions border re-opening to the world
12 May 2022   /

Tourism sector champions border re-opening to the world

The tourism, hospitality, events, and aviation industries welcome the new border date and moves to make hiring migrant workers easier.


PM to reveal on Wednesday border re-opening date for visa required countries
10 May 2022   /

PM to reveal on Wednesday border re-opening date for visa required countries

Jacinda Ardern will announce tomorrow the border re-opening date for visitors from countries requiring visas, according to a media report.


2021 wage subsidies supported 183k jobs in accom, food
10 May 2022   /

2021 wage subsidies supported 183k jobs in accom, food

Accommodation and food services had the highest proportion of jobs supported by wage subsidies in 2021, says a new report.


SkyCity secures debt covenant relief
10 May 2022   /

SkyCity secures debt covenant relief

Sky City Entertainment Group has secured debt covenant waivers from its banking syndicate and US Private Placement holders for the 30 June 2022 testing period.


Daily arrivals reach highest level since March 2020
5 May 2022   /

Daily arrivals reach highest level since March 2020

The easing of the border at 11.59pm on Sunday 1 May allowed vaccinated visitors from around 60 visa waiver countries to enter without needing to isolate.


“There’s a spring in our step” – NZFT’s David Kettle on bookings rebound
4 May 2022  

“There’s a spring in our step” – NZFT’s David Kettle on bookings rebound

Bookings for 2022-23 are coming in quicker than expected, particularly from the US, says the inbounder.


Sun shines on summer bookings as recovery looks a little rosier
3 May 2022   /

Sun shines on summer bookings as recovery looks a little rosier

The peak season is as strong a drawcard as ever with bookings painting a positive picture.


PM welcomes  more visitors, dismisses pleas to scrap pre-departure testing
3 May 2022   /

PM welcomes more visitors, dismisses pleas to scrap pre-departure testing

PM Jacinda Ardern says she does not believe pre-departure Covid testing is preventing anyone from visiting NZ.


Kia ora! Border re-opens to visa waiver countries…
2 May 2022   /

Kia ora! Border re-opens to visa waiver countries…

It’s not just VFR on the way with more than 6000 working holiday visa applications made and 5000 students allowed.


Long lead times, recovering market leaves little room to manoeuvre on prices
2 May 2022   /

Long lead times, recovering market leaves little room to manoeuvre on prices

Rising costs are prompting price revisions with little room to manoeuvre in a recovering market for ITOs and suppliers.


Inflation is at a 30-year high but can operators increase their prices?
29 Apr 2022   /

Inflation is at a 30-year high but can operators increase their prices?

The Ticker looks at how tourism businesses are coping with rising costs and whether they can increase prices in a recovering market.


Fox Glacier Guiding breaks ice on carbon zero ambitions
22 Apr 2022   /

Fox Glacier Guiding breaks ice on carbon zero ambitions

The effort highlights the need for operators working in vulnerable environments to become more sustainable.


WTTC predicts near total tourism recovery before 2023
22 Apr 2022   /

WTTC predicts near total tourism recovery before 2023

The World Travel & Tourism Council paints a rosy recovery with both global tourism GDP and employment near pre-Covid levels next year.


MBIE launches Tourism Recovery Dashboard
22 Apr 2022   /

MBIE launches Tourism Recovery Dashboard

A new tourism resource from the government aims to help people track the recovery of the sector.


Daily arrivals near 5k – the most since trans-Tasman bubble
21 Apr 2022   /

Daily arrivals near 5k – the most since trans-Tasman bubble

However, it is still far short of the 20,580 recorded for pre-Covid 13 April 2019.


Operators up on Easter ’21, Aussies back quicker than expected
20 Apr 2022   /

Operators up on Easter ’21, Aussies back quicker than expected

Tourism has started its long road to recovery for some with the holidays, the weather and Australians contributing.


Bachcare 97% booked over Easter
20 Apr 2022   /

Bachcare 97% booked over Easter

Bachcare says its properties were 97% booked over Easter, with only 80 baches empty over the holiday.


TIA’s Rebecca Ingram on tourism’s recovery, resilience, and restoration
19 Apr 2022   /

TIA’s Rebecca Ingram on tourism’s recovery, resilience, and restoration

Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s new chief executive Rebecca Ingram wants to understand what New Zealand’s tourism industry needs as it rebuilds.


SkyCity lifts restrictions, signals improving trading
14 Apr 2022   /

SkyCity lifts restrictions, signals improving trading

SkyCity Entertainment Group says it will operate its New Zealand properties without restrictions on mass gatherings and physical distancing from today.


NZ hotels ready, raring but realistic on rebuild
13 Apr 2022   /

NZ hotels ready, raring but realistic on rebuild

The border opens to Australia, with hopes a winter lift will mark the start of the long road to recovery in international tourism.


Expect visitor return to be “slow and steady” – TIA’s Ingram
13 Apr 2022   /

Expect visitor return to be “slow and steady” – TIA’s Ingram

Tourism Industry Aotearoa anticipates a “slow and steady” return of visitors to New Zealand as isolation-free travel from Australia resumes today.


Aussies hungry for NZ as bookings revive to pre-Covid levels – ANZCRO
12 Apr 2022   /

Aussies hungry for NZ as bookings revive to pre-Covid levels – ANZCRO

Demand is strong for NZ, says the Australasian wholesaler, ahead of tonight’s border reopening.


March arrivals spike as border eases
12 Apr 2022   /

March arrivals spike as border eases

Arrivals and departures to and from New Zealand have spiked in March 2022, according to provisional data from Stats NZ.


Monarch hits 70th milestone ahead of promising summer
11 Apr 2022   /

Monarch hits 70th milestone ahead of promising summer

Its flagship vessel, the MV Monarch, turns 70 this week, and alongside the celebrations the company is ready to chart the course for visitors.


Asia Pacific air traffic jumps 144% in Feb – IATA
7 Apr 2022   /

Asia Pacific air traffic jumps 144% in Feb – IATA

The Asia Pacific saw a strong rebound in air travel in February, according to figures from the International Air Transport Association.