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73. ExecuJet Awarded New Zealand AOC
ExecuJet Awarded New Zealand AOC. The ExecuJet Aviation Group has been issued with a New Zealand Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority, paving the way for the company to commence base aircraft operations in the country. The first to be managed in the region is a Gulfstream G550, privately owned, which will be available for third party charte
74. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for April 2009
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for April 2009. Australian visitor arrivals to New Zealand continued to offset softening numbers from other long-haul markets during March and April. A late Easter led to a 9.2% jump in international arrivals to New Zealand for April 2009.
75. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for October 2008
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals for October 2008. New Zealand's latest visitor arrivals figures show a 3.3% decline in international visitor arrivals for October 2008 compared with the same month last year. Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive George Hickton said that given the falling consumer confidence there is likely to be a drop of more than 10% in visitor numbers over summer comp
76. New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in July 2009
New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in July 2009. New Zealand visitor arrivals from Germany have picked up well, up 14% on the same month last year. In June, Germany overtook Korea as New Zealands sixth largest market for visitor arrivals.
77. Beijing Olympics Takes a Toll on New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in August 2008
Beijing Olympics Takes a Toll on New Zealand Visitor Arrivals in August 2008. A dip in Chinese visitor arrivals to New Zealand in August 2008 has demonstrated the importance of this growing market to New Zealands tourism industry. The stay at home influence of the Olympics and a continued ban on Government travel after the May Sichuan earthquake resulted in a 29% drop (2600) in
78. More Points for Members of Air New Zealand's Airpoints Programme
More Points for Members of Air New Zealand's Airpoints Programme. Under changes made to Air New Zealand's Airpoints programme, every fare purchased by Airpoints members on Air New Zealand operated flight will now earn Status Points, including Smart Saver and grabaseat fares. Status Points will be used to determine tier status, ranging from Jade to Silver, Gold and Gold Elite.
79. Former New Zealand Reserve Bank in Auckland to become a Pullman Hotel
Former New Zealand Reserve Bank in Auckland to become a Pullman Hotel. Accor is to introduce its new 5-star Pullman brand to Auckland, New Zealand, with a Pullman hotel being developed out of the former New Zealand Reserve Bank in Customs Street, in the heart of the central business district. The hotel is due to open in the second quarter of 2010. The NZ$100 million project is bein
80. Air New Zealand to Raise Airfares
Air New Zealand to Raise Airfares. Air New Zealand airfares across many routes will increase from 17 July in response to continued high jet fuel prices. Airfares sold in New Zealand for Tasman and domestic flights will rise by an average 3% while fares to North America, Asia and United Kingdom will rise by an average 5%.

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