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Skyline board ‘increasingly confident’ despite challenges

Interim revenue of $91 million is ahead of this time last year.

Queenstown and Singapore Skyline operations have seen an uptick in international visitors.

Kate McVicar Tue, 22 Nov 2022

Skyline Enterprises is starting to benefit from the return of both domestic and overseas travel, with stronger summer trading expected. 

Company chair Jan Hunt said the board and management are “increasingly confident” in the outlook, despite the challenging operating environment. 

Domestically,

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Kate McVicar Tue, 22 Nov 2022
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