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The Australasian operator’s New Zealand skydiving business was among its worst performers, according to the company’s half-year report.
Revenue from the operator’s NZ jump sites has been hit hard by the pandemic.
Experience Co has selected Queenstown-based IBIS Technology as its tourism business systems software provider for the company’s skydiving operations in both New Zealand and Australia.
Ashburton-based Skydiving Kiwis is set to expand its operations to two new Canterbury jump sites comprising Sumner Beach and Hanmer Springs.
Experience Co’s New Zealand jump sites saw tandem volume fall to 23,414 for the six months to 31 December 2019, down 14.4% on the same period a year earlier.
Skydive Tauranga entered into a partnership agreement with conservation charity Trees that Count, as it commits to becoming carbon neutral by 2025.
INFLITE has been given the go-ahead for its Skydive Mt Cook operation at Pukaki Airport but had to apply for resource consent to land its parachutes.
Proceeding with skydive operations without council approval or getting the case heard in court are options being considered by INFLITE after it delayed the launch of the country’s newest skydive operation.
Operators seek legal advice after INFLITE is forced to delay NZ’s newest skydive venture.
The deal sees the operator control the most jump sites in NZ after entering the skydive market only last year.
More staff and aircraft planned as the Auckland-based business expands its skydiving and scenic flight interests.
Aviation tourism operator INFLITE has entered the New Zealand skydive sector with a multi-million dollar purchase of Skydive Franz Josef Glacier.