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Strong holiday home bookings as internationals return – Bachcare
8 Dec 2022   /

Strong holiday home bookings as internationals return – Bachcare

Accommodation in New Zealand’s New Year’s hotspots is close to full capacity, with demand for Bachcare holiday homes over the summer up by 66% compared to last summer.


TECNZ upgrades recovery forecast despite China uncertainty
25 Nov 2022   /

TECNZ upgrades recovery forecast despite China uncertainty

The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand is more positive about the pace of New Zealand’s visitor recovery despite ongoing uncertainty around the return of the China market.


2022 tourism recovery to reach 65% of pre-Covid – UNWTO
24 Nov 2022   /

2022 tourism recovery to reach 65% of pre-Covid – UNWTO

Global export revenues from tourism could reach US$1.3tr in 2022, although Asia Pacific’s recovery lags.


Perspectives: G20 economies must lead a reimagined tourism future
21 Nov 2022   /

Perspectives: G20 economies must lead a reimagined tourism future

With innovative thinking, tourism can help get the world’s economies back on track – and help to “recover together, recover stronger”.


For first time in 35 years, winter operator stays open for summer
18 Nov 2022   /

For first time in 35 years, winter operator stays open for summer

Ski Time will keep its doors open over the Christmas and New Year period for the first time in 35 years.


Queenstown Airport passenger numbers beat pre-Covid again…
18 Nov 2022   /

Queenstown Airport passenger numbers beat pre-Covid again…

Queenstown Airport recorded 186,403 passenger movements in October 2022, up from 183,048 reported for the same month in pre-Covid 2019.


…while passenger numbers on the rise at Auckland Airport
18 Nov 2022   /

…while passenger numbers on the rise at Auckland Airport

Total passenger movements at Auckland Aiport increased to 1.29 million in October 2022, up from 1.18 million recorded for the preceding September.


Tourism recovery “stronger than expected” – Infometrics
17 Nov 2022   /

Tourism recovery “stronger than expected” – Infometrics

Rising visitor arrivals, strong expenditure, and more guest nights are bolstering stronger-than-expected international tourism recovery in New Zealand and contributing to elevated economic activity.


Westpac “surprised” at speed of NZ tourism recovery, warns of headwinds
15 Nov 2022   /

Westpac “surprised” at speed of NZ tourism recovery, warns of headwinds

But the bank warns a new Covid wave, the cost of living crisis, and China uncertainty could drag growth.


“International bookings are flowing” – Robertson
27 Oct 2022  

“International bookings are flowing” – Robertson

Card spending is up and bookings are flowing through into New Zealand as international visitors and cruise passengers return to New Zealand, says the finance minister.


Post-Covid high for Labour Weekend as visitors return
26 Oct 2022   /

Post-Covid high for Labour Weekend as visitors return

Operators say good weather and the return of cruise contribute to the best customer numbers since Covid began.


Auckland Airport lifts profit guidance on stronger rebound
20 Oct 2022   /

Auckland Airport lifts profit guidance on stronger rebound

The operator now expects a full recovery in passenger numbers in calendar 2024.


NZ Traveller Declaration to end on Thurs – govt
18 Oct 2022   /

NZ Traveller Declaration to end on Thurs – govt

The government is ending the requirement for visitors travelling by air to fill out the online New Zealand Traveller Declaration (NZTD) from this Thursday 20 October.


Queenstown Airport first to exceed pre-pandemic levels
17 Oct 2022   /

Queenstown Airport first to exceed pre-pandemic levels

The airport has surpassed pre-pandemic levels of activity with September 2022 the breakthrough month.


Auckland Airport passenger numbers continue to climb
17 Oct 2022   /

Auckland Airport passenger numbers continue to climb

September 2022 passenger movements at Auckland Airport reached 71% of the 2019 pre-Covid equivalent, buoyed by a rise in international and short-haul recovery.


US connectivity ramps up as airlines return to NZ
28 Sep 2022   /

US connectivity ramps up as airlines return to NZ

With demand from the US strong, major carriers are relaunching services to NZ.


Border closures hamper Asia Pacific but global tourism demand strong – UNWTO
28 Sep 2022   /

Border closures hamper Asia Pacific but global tourism demand strong – UNWTO

International tourism arrivals have reached more than half of pre-pandemic levels but Asia Pacific is lagging.


Steve Chadwick: How Rotorua can reclaim its tourism mecca status
16 Sep 2022   /

Steve Chadwick: How Rotorua can reclaim its tourism mecca status

It is the end of an era for Rotorua’s mayor, but she leaves as the city grapples with social issues impacting the destination’s reputation.


EcoZip restarts South Island expansion, eyes 2023 launch
14 Sep 2022   /

EcoZip restarts South Island expansion, eyes 2023 launch

The Waiheke Island operator is back at its South Island site, vying to become the only zipline operator in the country to expand nationally.


“Momentous day” for tourism as Covid rules finally fall
13 Sep 2022   /

“Momentous day” for tourism as Covid rules finally fall

Operators can now make their own health and safety decisions for staff and customers.


Forward bookings strong but vax requirements, labour bottlenecks persist – ANZ
5 Sep 2022   /

Forward bookings strong but vax requirements, labour bottlenecks persist – ANZ

Forward bookings are looking strong for the recovery of tourism but labour shortages continue to plague operators, says the bank.


NZ airfares, seat capacity rise alongside global return to 2019 levels
24 Aug 2022   /

NZ airfares, seat capacity rise alongside global return to 2019 levels

The number of seats offered on airlines servicing New Zealand is forecast to be back to 79% of pre-Covid levels by the end of 2022.


First Air NZ aircraft from US desert returns home
24 Aug 2022   /

First Air NZ aircraft from US desert returns home

The first of Air New Zealand’s previously desert-stranded 777-300 aircraft has touched down in Auckland as it prepares to meet increased demand for travel.


Jolanda Cave on NTT’s priorities for the tourism recovery
23 Aug 2022   /

Jolanda Cave on NTT’s priorities for the tourism recovery

Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s new GM on innovation, community, and bringing more storytelling to experiences.


Westpac upgrades tourism forecast with better than predicted arrivals
16 Aug 2022   /

Westpac upgrades tourism forecast with better than predicted arrivals

“Now that our borders are open, tourists are flocking in, regardless of the state of the global economy,” says the bank.


Recovery will take years despite current strong demand – TNZ’s de Monchy
11 Aug 2022   /

Recovery will take years despite current strong demand – TNZ’s de Monchy

The tourism recovery will take “multiple years” to return to stability despite early indications of strong demand, says René de Monchy.


Strong appetite for NZ – Google’s head of APAC travel, Michelle Allen
10 Aug 2022   /

Strong appetite for NZ – Google’s head of APAC travel, Michelle Allen

The future is bright for tourism and hospitality despite a challenging year as the tension between economic forces and pent-up demand for travel prompt consumer caution – and there are several things businesses can do to thrive, says Google’s head of travel.


Air NZ shakes dust off desert-grounded aircraft
10 Aug 2022   /

Air NZ shakes dust off desert-grounded aircraft

Air New Zealand is shaking the dust off one of its Boeing 777-300 aircraft for flight once again after two years of being stored in the Mojave Desert in the United States.


Air NZ sees rapid international passenger recovery
9 Aug 2022   /

Air NZ sees rapid international passenger recovery

Passenger movements indicated significant increases from the Asia, Americas and UK markets.


Border opening just one piece of tourism puzzle – chamber
2 Aug 2022   /

Border opening just one piece of tourism puzzle – chamber

The borders are open, but now New Zealand needs to remain competitive and attractive to tourists in a global market.


Govt hails tourism “milestone” as border reopens to all
1 Aug 2022   /

Govt hails tourism “milestone” as border reopens to all

Tourism Minister Stuart Nash says there is strong visitor demand for NZ.


Cruise is back – what passengers, agents need to know
1 Aug 2022   /

Cruise is back – what passengers, agents need to know

Passengers on cruise ships and recreational vessels are required to be vaccinated against Covid-19, and must comply with all domestic health measures including isolation.


Skyline profit tumbles, revenue rises
1 Aug 2022   /

Skyline profit tumbles, revenue rises

Skyline Enterprises has reported a pre-tax profit of $34.98m for the year to March 2022, down 51% from the $68.67m reported last year.


Winter blast dampens some holiday demand but indoor attraction flies
25 Jul 2022   /

Winter blast dampens some holiday demand but indoor attraction flies

While outdoor attractions outside of ski saw demand impacted, indoor activity iFLY Queenstown saw its busiest month on record.


More training, seasonal worker alignment, wellbeing focus – regional workforce strategies
22 Jul 2022   /

More training, seasonal worker alignment, wellbeing focus – regional workforce strategies

Could sharing seasonal workers help regions cope with tourism and hospitality staff shortages?


Employee poaching, wage pressures creating wellbeing issues for Otago operators – report
21 Jul 2022   /

Employee poaching, wage pressures creating wellbeing issues for Otago operators – report

But the new workforce plan is positive about the future as the visitor economy recovers.


TECNZ downgrades China forecast, upgrades Aus,  Americas, Europe
21 Jul 2022   /

TECNZ downgrades China forecast, upgrades Aus, Americas, Europe

The visitor market from China remains almost entirely out of the picture for the rest of the year with a mere 5% recovery forecast by the year ending May 2023.


Winter woe for Forgotten World Adventures but strong season potential ahead
20 Jul 2022   /

Winter woe for Forgotten World Adventures but strong season potential ahead

A washout serves up an off-season challenge for its new owner but bookings look good for spring and summer.


INFLITE targets 50% summer recovery but cost pressures grow
18 Jul 2022   /

INFLITE targets 50% summer recovery but cost pressures grow

There’s little room to increase prices in an unpredictable environment, says the skydive and scenic flight operator.


Tourism’s “patchy” recovery faces headwinds – Infometrics
15 Jul 2022   /

Tourism’s “patchy” recovery faces headwinds – Infometrics

NZ’s economic performance will only stay positive thanks to the revival of the sector.


Domestic nears pre-Covid levels, long haul for international – Auckland Airport
15 Jul 2022   /

Domestic nears pre-Covid levels, long haul for international – Auckland Airport

Domestic air travel is approaching total recovery at Auckland Airport, while international demand continues to improve, but is still lagging on long-haul.


Airfares rise up to 60% as NZ demand outpaces supply
15 Jul 2022   /

Airfares rise up to 60% as NZ demand outpaces supply

Limited air capacity is leading to fewer flight options and more expensive airfares for travellers, according to Corporate Traveller.


May border crossings jump 29% on April
12 Jul 2022   /

May border crossings jump 29% on April

The number of border crossings continued to climb in May 2022 as border restrictions eased further, says Stats NZ.


…while its international passenger numbers jump
8 Jul 2022   /

…while its international passenger numbers jump

The border reopening to visa waiver countries contributed to an overall increase in international passengers on Air New Zealand journeys.


Hospo, retail recovering at Auckland Airport, but staffing limits options
7 Jul 2022   /

Hospo, retail recovering at Auckland Airport, but staffing limits options

Some of the larger retailers at the airport’s terminals are struggling to staff up.


Tourism on the agenda at Aus-NZ Leadership Forum
7 Jul 2022   /

Tourism on the agenda at Aus-NZ Leadership Forum

Reconnecting through travel and tourism will be discussed at the Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum in Sydney today.


PM, Nash, industry tout tourism to Aussies
5 Jul 2022   /

PM, Nash, industry tout tourism to Aussies

A trade delegation will highlight NZ tourism and goods in Melbourne and Sydney.


The buzz is back: Christchurch Airport readies for 20k travellers
4 Jul 2022   /

The buzz is back: Christchurch Airport readies for 20k travellers

The busiest days are expected to be on the 8th, 15th, and 22nd July.


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.