Tag: Air New Zealand


Air New Zealand announces 45% rise annual profit

New Zealand’s national airline, Air New Zealand, announced a 45% rise in annual profit. Air New Zealand witnessed a net profit of NZ$262 million for the financial year that ended June. Revenue was also up 1% to NZ$4.7 billion. The company is further planning to use the recently delivered Dreamliner 787-9 between Auckland and Perth […]

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New Zealand launches its next goal-Tourism 2025

New Zealand’s Tourism Board has recently launched a pretty ambitious plan, in which they will attempt to generate 70% more tourism revenue by 2025. Under the plan, Tourism 2025, the Tourism Industry Association (TIA) wants to contribute $NZ41 billion ($A38.94 billion) annually by 2025, which currently contributes $NZ24 billion ($A22.79 billion) a year to the […]

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Air New Zealand declares record profits for FY13

Air New Zealand announced a net profit of $182 million for the financial year 2013, a 156% rise compared to the previous year. It is the best result declared by the company in the past five years with an upsurge of 45% in total dividends on the last year. John Palmer, Chairman, Air New Zealand […]

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Air New Zealand and Tourism Australia sign marketing deal

Tourism Australia has entered into a multimillion-dollar marketing deal with New Zealand’s national airline, aimed at bringing more tourists to Australia following its split with Qantas. The $6 million deal will see Tourism Australia and Air New Zealand each investing $3 million towards advertising, public relations, events and trade, focusing on three of Australia’s biggest […]

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Air New Zealand and Tourism New Zealand seal marketing deal

Air New Zealand and Tourism New Zealand have recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) worth $20 million that will see one year partnership between the two organisations to undertake joint marketing activity to promote travel to New Zealand in selected international markets. The investment in this partnership shows an increase in joint marketing spend […]

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