10 02, 2011

The competitiveness of Brazil as a Dutch holiday destination (master's thesis)

By |February 10th, 2011|International trade and law, Master in Tourism Destination Management, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, Upcoming events|0 Comments

NHTV Master in Tourism Destination Management graduation thesis of Julio Benedetti about destination competitiveness: The competitiveness of Brazil as a Dutch holiday destination

7 07, 2008

NEW ZEALAND – tourism revenue hits record

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eTN, Jul 01, 2008

The government credited New Zealand’s reputation for having a pristine environment for the nearly 5 percent rise in tourism revenue for the year through March 2007 reaching a record of more than $15 billion. The tourism sector was responsible for 9.2 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product in the […]

12 06, 2008

AVIATION – PACIFIC BLUE HELPS GROW TOURISM IN REGION

By |June 12th, 2008|Australia, Aviation, Fiji, New Zealand, Oceania, Samoa, Tonga|Comments Off on AVIATION – PACIFIC BLUE HELPS GROW TOURISM IN REGION

islandsbusiness.com, 6-6-2008

The airline group is proud to have introduced the same low fare philosophy and service-style of Virgin Blue to Australia’s more isolated islands neighbours with the launch of Pacific Blue (Australia), Pacific Blue (NZ) and Polynesian Blue, the joint venture airline with the Government of Samoa. As well as New Zealand, these airlines […]

14 11, 2007

NEW ZEALAND – China to become New Zealand’s 3rd largest tourism market by 2013

By |November 14th, 2007|China, Markets, New Zealand|Comments Off on NEW ZEALAND – China to become New Zealand’s 3rd largest tourism market by 2013

xinhuanet.com, Nov 13 2007China will become New Zealand’s third largest market in terms of inbound tourists after Britain and Australia by 2013, said Ed Sims, group general manager of Air New Zealand.To meet growing demand, Air New Zealand would increase the number of its aircraft flying to the Chinese mainland to four by 2013, […]

1 11, 2007

AVIATION – Pacific Blue to increase Flights to New Zealand and the Pacific Islands

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Asiatraveltips.com, 17 October 2007Pacific Blue has ramped up flights to both New Zealand and the Pacific Islands following strong demand for extra services around the busy Christmas and New Year period.The airline currently operates 110 weekly flights serving Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Island countries. After some schedule changes, Pacific Blue will operate an […]

27 06, 2007

NEW ZEALAND – Welcomes More Inbound Chinese Tourists

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chinahospitalitynews.com, June 27, 2007 Following the success of its first China Summit in 2005, Tourism New Zealand has once again convened leaders of the tourism industry of New Zealand in Beijing.Apart from the host Tourism New Zealand, 48 representatives from New Zealand Tourism Department, New Zealand Embassy in China, Immigration New Zealand, Air New […]

13 12, 2006

NEW ZEALAND – clean, green tourism brand put under microscope

By |December 13th, 2006|New Zealand|Comments Off on NEW ZEALAND – clean, green tourism brand put under microscope

University of Otago, Thursday 30 November 2006 The future of New Zealand’s clean, green tourism brand is up for debate at two upcoming international conferences being held at the University of Otago. Next week, the University’s Department of Tourism, based in the School of Business, will host the Atlas Asia Pacific ‘Tourism after Oil’ […]

7 11, 2006

NEW ZEALAND – Plan to restore Wanganui’s “beating heart” announced in NZ

By |November 7th, 2006|New Zealand|Comments Off on NEW ZEALAND – Plan to restore Wanganui’s “beating heart” announced in NZ

eTN Asia/Pacific, 31-10-2006 New Zealand’s Wanganui region, located on the lower west coast of the North Island, south of Taranaki and the Taupo and Ruapehu regions, is set to have an $85 million makeover, in a bid to establish the city as a cultural center.Wanganui area is known for maori culture, heritage, Wanganui […]

19 09, 2006

NEW ZEALAND – records highest tourism figures

By |September 19th, 2006|New Zealand|Comments Off on NEW ZEALAND – records highest tourism figures

eTN Asia/Pacific, 09-12-2006Tourism Ministry figures from New Zealand showing international visitors spent a record new high of NZ$6.6 billion confirms its strategy of attracting higher spending visitors has paid off.”This is great news for the industry,” said Damien O’Connor, tourism minister. “It is the highest recorded figures in New Zealand tourism.”In a recent poll […]

11 09, 2006

MARKETS – China Retains Top Spot as Most Frequently Visited Destination

By |September 11th, 2006|Australia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Markets, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam|Comments Off on MARKETS – China Retains Top Spot as Most Frequently Visited Destination

asiatraveltips.com, 8 September 2006MasterCard Worldwide released on Thursday the results of its MasterIndex of Travel survey report on business and personal travel trends among the urban middle class across 13 markets (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam). Released twice a year, the […]