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Covid-19 has marked a break in revenue growth for Queenstown-based Skyline Enterprises after a decade of solid gains.
Uncertainty surrounds Skyline Enterprises’ plans and public funding has been sought.
The company is shrinking itself for slow-growth recovery but wants to keep two major Queenstown projects going.
The operator is cutting more than half of its 1200 staff as it restructures the group.
The operator says it will begin the “difficult process” of restructuring this week.
Overall results for Skyline Enterprises are ahead of last year despite falling arrival numbers into New Zealand, the operator said in its mid-year update to shareholders.
A band of conifer trees either side of the Skyline gondola in Queenstown will be cleared, Queenstown Lakes District Council and Skyline Queenstown confirmed.
Skyline Enterprises is encouraging feedback on its proposal for a multi-million dollar gondola to be built at Franz Josef Glacier ahead of consultation on the draft management plan for Westland Tai Poutini National Park closing next week.
The operator’s multi-million dollar proposal has taken a crucial step forward.
The operator says the popularity of its overseas luge business is attracting ‘generic copy’ challengers.
The Queenstown-based operator has seen its profit dragged down by Christchurch Casino and static property values.
Skyline Enterprises’ market capitalisation broke through the billion-dollar mark on Friday to become Unlisted Securities Exchange’s (USX) second issuer to achieve the milestone.
Former Skyline Enterprises chair Barry Thomas has been made a Companion of the NZ Order of Merit for services to tourism and business.
Playing a role in what makes Rotorua the tourism epicentre of the North Island is something Andrew Aitken has been passionate about for a long time.
One of Skyline Enterprises’ longest-serving senior managers, Rotorua-based Neville Nicholson, is retiring in April 2018 after 34 years with the company.
Skyline Queenstown has appointed Wayne Rose its new general manager.
Skyline Enterprises has reported an increase in trading across all of its businesses except for its Christchurch Casino and Dunedin Leisure Lodge operations.
Skyline Enterprises has unveiled concept plans for its proposed $26m redevelopment of O’Connells Pavillion shopping centre in Queenstown.
Skyline Enterprises is in talks to develop two new international luge attractions – including its first in Europe.
Skyline Queenstown celebrates 50 years of operation today and will be hosting a local’s day and exhibition of memorabilia over the weekend.
Skyline Enterprises has appointed Tracy Cui its new China/Asia Sales Manager for the Skyline Group.
Skyline Queenstown is set to host two community events to celebrate its 50th anniversary this month.
Seventeen million gondola rides, 12 million Luge experiences, 850,000 pints of beer, 350,000 rotisserie chickens, 65 tonnes of coffee beans – these staggering statistics have all been enjoyed by Skyline Queenstown’s millions of domestic and international visitors in the last 50 years.
A band of conifer trees on either side of the Skyline gondola above downtown Queenstown will soon be cleared to avoid creating a health and safety threat to the aerial cableway.
Skyline Enterprises’ proposed Franz Josef Glacier Gondola project will be a “spectacular” attraction well positioned to capture growing West Coast tourism numbers.
New Zealand’s most popular tourist attraction Skyline Queenstown is toasting its 50th anniversary with a month-long party.
Skyline Enterprises has announced a 26% leap in pretax profit as it continues to look at new tourism opportunities at home and abroad.
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Ziptrek Ecotours’ director Trent Yeo will today give evidence in Skyline Enterprises’ application for a $100m redevelopment in Queenstown.