The capability of Australians to put claim to lot of New Zealand icons could be a nuisance, however Tourism New Zealand (TNZ) is gladly directing possible tourists all across the Tasman as stating that what's ours is yours.
This weekend TNZ, with airline Pacific Blue, presented its massive campaign aiming New Zealand's largest inbound tourism market, with the 2 unit corresponding investment dollar for dollar.
Stable development in tourist influx from China, Korea and Australia has put up a muscular stand for New Zealand's tourism industry as it moving towards the crest summer season.
Today, the economic outlook was revised by Tourism Holdings, the biggest campervan operator in Australia and New Zealand. It was predicted by them that they will sustain $1m half-year loss after remaining on high for 18 months due to falling tourist spending.
THL has sold off Tourist Transport (Fiji) Ltd (TTF) and Feejee Experience to the Fijian business interests, a tourist transport business there, and soon there will be a merger with Coral Sun (Fiji) Ltd, thereby forming Fiji's biggest and most comprehensive tourist transportation operator. The sale was made for a gross $1.7 million.
A report from the VisitBritain suggests that the number of tourists to visit UK from the economically emerging countries like India, China, Brazil and Russia will increase sharply in near future. The VisitBritain has predicted the number of visitors to rise by almost 90% or 100,000 alone from China by the year 2014.
Qantas has lost its way of appeal aligned with a ruling forcing it to settle up millions of dollars to Australian trek agents for commissions that denied. The High Court dismissed an application by Qantas in May to appeal a decree by a full bench of the Federal Court.
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