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The Department of Internal Affairs says they have updated New Zealand passports with enhanced security features.
About 60% of Kiwis say they will be comfortable travelling internationally after they get the Covid-19 vaccine, according to a Booking.com survey.
Over 400,000 New Zealand passports expired as people have no place to go.
The government’s Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme has returned more than $300m to New Zealanders who had overseas travel cancelled due to Covid-19.
The tool is designed to activate domestic tourism and incentivise Kiwis to try new things and share their experiences on social channels.
Travel-related complaints include those about airlines, booking agents, motor vehicle rentals and accommodation.
Around $690m of NZers’ money is believed to be locked up from cancelled overseas travel.
The new support will help travel agents recover tourist funds locked up overseas.
There is a “clear lack of empathy, concern or understanding” for the travel industry, says Helloworld’s former cruise marketing manager.
Australian-based international travel giant Flight Centre says it has laid off 70% of its 22,000 workforce globally and has posted a A$662m bottom line loss.
The collapse of international company STA Travel is a warning to customers and companies that buy travel products to seek suppliers with consumer protection.
Jacinda Ardern says the Govt is close to reaching agreement on an air corridor to the islands.
People will be allowed to travel for tourism and operators such as ski fields could be open.
New Zealanders are curtailing their travel plans but some overseas destinations are holding up.
Record numbers of New Zealanders are visiting Brisbane, with figures at an all-time high.
The top five overseas holiday destinations for Kiwi families have been revealed.
Airbnb is bringing its global push into the business travel market to New Zealand having teamed up with New Zealand travel management company, Orbit World travel.
Australian stock exchange listed travel giant Helloworld Travel has added another string to New Zealand business with the purchase of sports travel specialist The Williment Travel Group.
The fast-growing OTA is set to launch in NZ this month.
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