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Tourism operators seeing green shoots as air travel picks up

Auckland Airport says international traffic at 38% of pre-Covid level.

Exhibitors at the BEIA 'Meetings 2022' conference in Christchurch this week.

Will Mace Wed, 15 Jun 2022

The country’s main international gateway – Auckland Airport – has reported international passenger traffic increases of 94% in April and 28% in May, as borders began to reopen in earnest to inbound and outbound travellers.

May’s traffic represented a 38% recovery compared to the pre-Covid

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