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Overseas visitor arrivals were 28,600 in the March 2022 month, up 522% or 24,000 from the same month last year, says Stats NZ.
But it is still far short of the 11,000 or so daily arrivals seen pre-Covid.
Accommodation spend in the fourth quarter of 2021 fell 12%, or $113m, compared to the same time the year previously, according to Stats NZ.
The number of people crossing New Zealand’s border in 2021 was the lowest for a calendar year since 1971.
There were 28,694 total border crossings in November 2021, with 4046 more departures than arrivals, according to provisional data from StatsNZ.
The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for the month of October 2021 was $4m, a decline of 93.3% from the same month last year.
There were 20,772 total border crossings in October 2021, with 1,268 more arrivals than departures, according to provisional data from StatsNZ.
Electronic card transaction spending for November 2021 in the hospitality sector dropped 20.8% to $845m compared to the same month in 2020.
Delta put the brakes on international travel in September.
Tourism and hospitality spending in October 2021 fell sharply compared to the same month a year ago as the Delta outbreak took a toll on consumer expenditure.
Tens of thousands of tourism workers were let go and hundreds of businesses closed in the first year of the pandemic, according to new data from Stats NZ.
Spending in the hospitality industry fell by $425m in September 2021, or 42.8% compared with the same month in 2020.
The number of people crossing New Zealand’s border dropped by around 75% in August 2021 compared to previous months, says Stats NZ.
Visitor arrivals from Australia coming for a holiday, VFR or business in July 2021 fell from the levels seen in June, while more Kiwis holidayed in the Cook Islands, according to Stats NZ.
Visitor arrivals from Australia coming for a holiday, VFR or business in June 2021 fell from the levels seen in May, according to Stats NZ.
Nearly 7,000 more people departed New Zealand than arrived in May 2021, says Stats NZ.
Air and space travel accounted for 60% of tourism-related emissions in 2019.
It’s official: a year after losing the number one spot, travel is no longer the number two export sector.
Accommodation spending for the year to March 2021 fell to $3.41bn, down 25.5% on the previous 12 month period, says Stats NZ.
Freedom to spend in 2021 versus lockdown life in 2020.
Electronic card transaction spending for March in the hospitality sector jumped 26.1% to $1.04bn compared to the same month in 2020, according to Stats NZ.
The two sectors most drastically affected by last year’s national Covid-19 alert level lockdown were accommodation and food, and arts and recreation, says Stats NZ.
There’s been no surge of ex-pat Kiwis returning home due to the pandemic, says Stats NZ.
Falling flight passenger and air freight sales led to the largest industry sales fall in the December 2020 quarter, says Stats NZ.
Card sales for accommodation services were down $81m, or 29%, compared with January 2020.
Accommodation and food services saw the biggest fall in jobs in December 2020, compared to the same month a year earlier, says Stats NZ.
Overseas visitor arrivals fell by 98.6%, or 367,000, to 5,100 in November 2020, compared with the same month a year earlier, says Stats NZ.
Overseas visitor arrivals were up by 700 to 8,600 in September 2020, compared with August 2020, says Stats NZ.
Key tourism destinations Queenstown, Rotorua, and Auckland suffered some of the largest drops in filled jobs, says Stats NZ.
With the country in Covid-19 lockdown when the quarter began, fewer people who did not have a job were actively seeking work.
The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for the month of June 2020 was $17m, a decline of 67.5% for the same month last year.
June arrivals have more than doubled on May as the number of returning Kiwis grows, according to provisional figures from Stats NZ.
Dairy receipts have overtaken tourism spending as New Zealand’s top goods export in the March 2020 year, says Stats NZ.
Job numbers fell by a record 37,500 in April 2020, as the effects of Covid-19 and restricted trading hit the economy, says Stats NZ.