Phenomenal demand for Europe through travel agents does not look like abating any time soon, according to a specialist in the market.

Jay Soysa, product and reservations manager of Orton International, says that while this is obviously pleasing  another ongoing trend continues to add pressure on the trade.

Published in Europe
Wednesday, 02 June 2021 03:58

AIM's Supercar packages

Supercars are heading to New Zealand from 6-7 November for Round 11 of the ITM Supercars Championship at Pukekohe Raceway.

AIM Holidays has a package with three nights accommodation and a two-day general admission plus paddock pass from $399 per person (quad share of two bedroom apartment on a room only basis).

Published in New Zealand
Tuesday, 24 November 2020 22:27

Taiwan's Covid success

Taiwan’s continued success in controlling Covid-19 is a reminder that New Zealand’s ‘travel bubble’ plans should not be restricted to Australia and the Pacific, a number of trade sources point out.

Paul Dymond, managing director of Wendy Wu Tours in New Zealand says the Taiwanese seem to have successfully managed Covid-19 and should soon be in a position to open borders with

Published in Asia
Tuesday, 09 June 2020 02:13

‘World tours’ in NZ

AIM Holidays has launched a series of domestic special interest tours under the banner ‘Bring the World to New Zealand’.

Published in New Zealand
Monday, 09 March 2020 01:41

Fathom Asia into niche areas

Fathom Asia is moving into new niche areas with the launch of its first specialist area, Fathom Asia – Adventure, while retaining its mainstream product.

Published in Asia
Thursday, 20 February 2020 23:10

Trade says business holding

It’s not quite ‘business as usual’ but New Zealand retailers and wholesalers say that their clients are still not only enquiring about travel but also booking despite the publicity around coronavirus.

Published in Hot Topics
Monday, 17 September 2018 22:55

Philippines: the new & different

Published in Paparazzo