1. Tourism New Zealand’s response plans to help alleviate the impacts of COVID-19 are well underway following the announcement of a $10 million funding boost from the Government.

  2. Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive, Stephen England-Hall welcomes the announcement of Air New Zealand’s new Auckland to Chicago route today.

  3. New Zealand is becoming increasingly popular among Filipino travellers and visitor numbers are set to grow following the launch of several Tourism New Zealand ventures.

  4. Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand have renewed a $20m memorandum of understanding for this financial year.

  5. One-stop flights and highly competitive fares mean visiting New Zealand from Europe is easier than ever before.

  6. Tourism New Zealand’s work to promote New Zealand as an incentive destination accounted for more than $94 million (NZD) in estimated converted value last year.

  7. From mid-July TNZ will be taking the best of New Zealand on an epic road-trip through the US.

  8. In the biggest sales mission to be undertaken in the US in over a decade, Tourism New Zealand and 25 New Zealand operators have taken destination New Zealand to Texas, the ‘Lone Star State,’ with outstanding results.

  9. A new joint venture campaign with Thai Airways is about ensuring a holiday in New Zealand is more accessible for Indian visitors.

  10. Gearing up for the final big screen journey to Middle-earth with the December release of The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, the third film in Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit Trilogy, an army of up to 75 keen Hobbit fans, their guests and around 40 high profile international media have converged on New Zealand for The Hobbit Fan Fellowship, a six day Middle-earth adventure.

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