- During May 2012, Malaysia-based low cost carrier AirAsia X withdrew from its Kuala Lumpur to Christchurch service, citing mounting costs. AirAsia X NZ Ltd began operating direct flights between the two cities four times per week in April 2011. Also during April 2011, China Southern Airlines began operating three weekly flights between Guangzhou and Auckland via Melbourne. This service proved popular and was expanded to daily flights in November 2011. During November 2012, the New Zealand Government announced that it had entered an agreement with China Southern Airlines to allow the fast-tracking of visa applications for Chinese citizens which are gold and silver card holders in the airline’s loyalty scheme. As a result of the agreement, China Southern Airlines’ gold and silver frequent flyer card holders need not produce evidence of sufficient funds to support themselves when entering New Zealand, as long as they can demonstrate their flight records over the previous two years. During 2012, the government was considering extending this agreement to other airlines, primarily Air New Zealand.
- Air New Zealand Ltd, the operator of New Zealand’s national flag carrier, was the leading player within air transportation in New Zealand during 2012 with a value share of 50%. The company recorded a solid 26% increase in current value during 2012. During December 2012, Air New Zealand slashed ticket prices on the Auckland-Honolulu route in order to compete with Hawaiian Airlines, which began flying between Auckland and Honolulu in March 2013. Furthermore, Air New Zealand plans to add capacity on this route with a third weekly service set to be added during June to September. Nonetheless, Air New Zealand announced its intention to cease operating on routes between Hong Kong and London during 2012. The decision to withdraw from this route was taken in a bid to recover profits and took effect from March 2013.
- Increasing capacity by China Southern Airlines is expected to boost growth in the number of inbound arrivals from China in New Zealand over the forecast period. Furthermore, Air New Zealand is expected to continue capitalising on the hype surrounding The Hobbit film trilogy, working in conjunction with Tourism New Zealand in the development and execution of its 100% Middle Earth travel and tourism promotional campaign. In addition, cruise transportation is expected to become a more important category in other transportation in New Zealand during the forecast period, with larger cruise ships likely to visit New Zealand’s main ports.
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Table of Contents
Transportation in New Zealand - Category Analysis
- Table 1 Transportation Sales by Category: Value 2007-2012
- Table 2 Transportation Sales by Channel: Value 2007-2012
- Table 3 Airline Capacity 2007-2012
- Table 4 Air by Category: Passengers Carried 2007-2012
- Table 5 Airline Passengers Carried by Distance 2007-2012
- Table 6 Airline National Brand Owner Market Shares 2008-2012
- Table 7 Airline Brands by Key Performance Indicators 2012
- Table 8 Forecast Transportation Sales by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 9 Forecast Transportation Sales by Channel: Value 2012-2017
Travel and Tourism in New Zealand - Industry Context
Arrivals from the UK plummet as European financial troubles continue
Tourism New Zealand embarks on its 100% Middle Earth campaign
Resurgent domestic tourism breathes new life into the tourism industry
Travel operators adapt to the changing tourist mix
Tourism New Zealand looks to China as a key future source country
KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS
New Zealand: 100% Middle Earth
China overtakes United Kingdom as second most popular inbound source country
Technological improvements boost online sales
Regional tourism organisations attempt to lure domestic tourists
Airline competition heats up
The burgeoning China-New Zealand relationship
- Summary 1 New Zealand: SWOT
- Table 10 Leave Entitlement: Volume 2007-2012
- Table 11 Holiday Takers by Age: % Breakdown 2007-2012
- Table 12 Seasonality of Trips 2007-2012
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
- Table 13 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value 2007-2012
- Summary 2 Research Sources