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Asia’s largest airline has begun an historic year-round service between Guangzhou and Christchurch, with the first Dreamliner carrying several VIPs landing just before 5pm.
A record summer is underway at Christchurch Airport, with a 16 percent increase in passenger numbers driving around $150 million of new GDP into the regions of the South Island.
Direct flights from Christchurch to Rarotonga are about to be re-introduced, in time for South Islanders to plan a 2016 winter getaway.
Funding from an aviation safety scholarship was vital to the development of a new app that’s currently being trialled in the South Island to help improve safety in New Zealand’s airspace.
Increasing passenger numbers through Christchurch Airport and strong tourism growth forecasts are prompting the airport to begin work on a second hotel on the campus to complement the newly upgraded Sudima Hotel.
One of New Zealand’s leading tourism operators is about to add Christchurch’s International Antarctic Centre to its portfolio of successful tourism businesses.
Christchurch reached a significant post-quake milestone today, with its airport welcoming the six-millionth passenger in a year.
The first three grants have been awarded from the “New Horizons Fund”, started to help regional South Island tourism operators capture the opportunities from the growing China market.
Christchurch Airport (CIAL) has today announced underlying Net Profit after Tax up 110% to $37.8 million and total declared dividends up 171% to $20.6 million.
The South Island tourism industry has formed a partnership with Asia’s largest airline which will see a new year-round air service begin in December 2015.
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