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Glacier Explorers Closes After Another Record Breaking Season

Glacier Explorers Closes After Another Record Breaking Season

Three historic and unprecedented glacial calvings, massive floating icebergs and many ‘blue ice’ sightings were all part of the most magnificent season in the 35 year history of the Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake, according to Aoraki Mount Cook Village Limited General Manager Tourism De

Airport Check-in Of The Future Unveiled

Airport Check-in Of The Future Unveiled

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) unveiled the first mock-up of a Checkpoint of the Future, designed to enhance security while reducing queues and intrusive searches at airports, using intelligence-driven risk-based measures.

New Pocket Guide Covers Everything You Need To Know About The Redwoods And Forest Tracks

New Pocket Guide Covers Everything You Need To Know About The Redwoods And Forest Tracks

A major transformation of forest recreation information leaflets and maps has resulted in the material being updated and combined into a single new comprehensive publication - ‘The Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest Recreation Guide’.

Six Holiday Parks In Running For Hospitality Award

Six Holiday Parks In Running For Hospitality Award

The Automobile Association and the Holiday Accommodation Parks Association of New Zealand (HAPNZ) today announced this year’s finalists for the AA Spirit of Hospitality Award for Excellence in Holiday Parks.

Record Dollar Boosts Overseas Holiday Bookings

Record Dollar Boosts Overseas Holiday Bookings

As the New Zealand dollar hits an all-time high against the greenback, New Zealand’s largest travel retailer has seen a 15 per cent rise in bookings to the USA, Hawaii and Canada in the last month.

Luxury Resort Puts South Island On A Plate

Luxury Resort Puts South Island On A Plate

A luxury resort is making it their mission to put South Island on a plate and reduce their carbon footprint.

Passenger Security Charges Set To Fall

Passenger Security Charges Set To Fall

A re-forecast of the Aviation Security Service’s costs and higher-than-expected revenue means that passenger security charges can be reduced further over the next two years, says Transport Minister Steven Joyce.

Qantas Launches New Check-In Policy

Qantas Launches New Check-In Policy

Sydney - Qantas has launched its new checked baggage policy to support its domestic faster, smarter, check-in product.

‘Grabit’ Great Lake Taupō Campaign An Industry First

‘Grabit’ Great Lake Taupō Campaign An Industry First

Destination Great Lake Taupō, Towncentre Taupō and other key local agencies have put their heads together and come up with an exciting domestic marketing campaign to attract visitors to the region in conjunction with Air New Zealand and grabaseat.

Best Job Winner To Kayak Great Barrier Reef

Best Job Winner To Kayak Great Barrier Reef

Best Job in the World winner Ben Southall will kayak and sail a gruelling 1600km along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in his latest epic adventure ‘The Best Expedition in the World’.