Tuesday, December 19, 2017
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Air NZ charters aircraft to meet summer schedule

Air New Zealand has leased two aircraft to help maintain its timetable during the unscheduled maintenance of some Rolls-Royce engines on its 787-9 fleet.

Haka launches $25m K’Road hotel

Haka Tourism Group launched its Haka Hotel - K'Road product last night to top a notable year for the 10-year-old company.

Boost to Auckland-Singapore services

Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines have announced they will jointly launch a third daily flight between Auckland and Singapore from 28 October 2018, boosting capacity on the route by up to 40 percent and adding more than 165,000 seats annually between the two cities.

Operators welcome, wary of Waitākere track closures

Tourism operators who use the Waitākere Ranges have welcomed the closure of some walking tracks in the park to help stop the spread of kauri dieback disease but are wary of further access restrictions.

Airport advice for international travellers this summer

Auckland Airport advises passengers travelling internationally in December 2017 and January 2018 to allow an extra 30 minutes for their journey through the terminal building.

Fu Wah: Luxury train a vehicle to invest in NZ tourism

Chinese developer Fu Wah International says its investment in the proposed length-of-New Zealand luxury train service is a strategic move to push into the regions and invest in the country's booming tourism sector.

Q&A with Rainbow’s End CEO-designate Karen Crabb

Karen Crabb, the current retail director of beverage company Lion, has been appointed chief executive of Auckland's Rainbow's End and begins the role in February.

Air NZ’s Dreamliner goes year-round to Adelaide

Air New Zealand’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is set to become an even more frequent sight in the skies above Adelaide with the airline announcing plans to deploy the aircraft on the Auckland – Adelaide route year-round.

Best in Show for Hobbiton as it scoops garden awards

Matamata's Hobbiton Movie Set has scooped a trilogy of awards at the New Zealand Flower and Garden Show in Auckland.

Rangatira appoints Rainbow’s End CEO

Rangatira Investments has named beverage company Lion's retail director, Karen Crabb, the new chief executive of Rainbow's End.
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