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Onboard Gurus Air NZ to offer in-flight travel gurus

(eTN) - In a world first, Air New Zealand is introducing an in-flight concierge service on its long haul international flights.

The airline says that it will offer travellers a travel ...

Tourist likely to face charges over death

New Zealand Tourist likely to face charges over death

(eTN) - A Hungarian tourist just weeks in New Zealand looks likely to face a charge of killing Onehunga salesman Ronald James Brown.

Mr Brown, 69, was attacked sometime between 9.30pm ...

Loot and love draw lifestylers to tourism

(eTN) - Family-owned "lifestyle" tourism businesses are not the financial dogs that many think - as new research shows they are doing just as well as their more commercially focused rivals.

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Pizza lockdown confuses tourist Those foreign microwaves, inscrutable they are.

(eTN) - Housekeeping staff at the Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook were called to help an American guest who complained she could not get her pizza out of the microwave.

It turned out she had ...

Tourist admits careless driving causing deaths

(eTN) - An Austrian tourist today admitted careless driving that killed four motorcyclists and injured two others in South Canterbury on Sunday.

Heike Schellnegger, 30, pleaded guilty to ...

Tourist takes blame for horrific crash

(eTN) - An Austrian tourist has admitted careless driving charges after a horrific south Canterbury crash, which killed four people.

The victims were all on a charity bike ride when they ...

Tourism body wants compensation for operator

Australia Tourism body wants compensation for operator

(eTN) - The Freycinet Tourism Board is calling for action from the Tasmanian Government after the demise of a fledgling eco-tourism business.

The Board's written to the Tourism Minister ...

Female tourist killed by lightning strike

Australia Female tourist killed by lightning strike

French tourist died after she was struck by lightning in a car park in Terrigal on the NSW Central Coast.

The lightning bolt struck the 27-year-old woman in the lagoon car park at 8.30pm ...

Australia's Qantas Airline Pleads Guilty to Price-Fixing

Qantas Australia's Qantas Airline Pleads Guilty to Price-Fixing

(TVLW) - Australia's biggest airline Qantas pleaded guilty to fixing prices for international cargo shipments and agreed to pay a $70 million fine.

One Lucky Person will win a trip aboard Air New Zealand's 'Pink Flight' the grandest, gayest party ever held at 30,000 feet.

Win a 'Pink Flight' to Sydney, Australia One Lucky Person will win a trip aboard Air New Zealand's 'Pink Flight' the grandest, gayest party ever held at 30,000 feet.

(eTN) PASSPORT Magazine and Air New Zealand teamed recently to launch a contest to win a trip aboard Air New Zealand's Pink Flight.

Go! lawsuit won’t calm Hawaii airline industry

Mesa Air Group will have to pay Hawaiian Airlines $80 million in a breach of confidentiality suit. Go! lawsuit won’t calm Hawaii airline industry

THE prospect of higher interisland air fares has constantly hovered on the horizon even as Mesa Air Group's go! jumped into the Hawaii market last summer with an aggressive pricing line that ...

The picture that scared off a 1000 tourists ... and it was a fake

The picture that scared off a 1000 tourists ... and it was a fake The picture that scared off a 1000 tourists ... and it was a fake

WHAT started as a little fun between surfing mates has grown into a shark tale of mythological proportions.

Surfers around the world, via the internet, have been left spellbound by this ...

Melbourne nation's favourite city for Aussie tourists

MELBOURNE has been voted the nation's favourite city by Australian holiday-makers. Melbourne nation's favourite city for Aussie tourists

A new report, based on interviews with 1500 Australians, found Melbourne was the No. 1 city to visit, well ahead of Sydney, Perth and Brisbane.

However when regional destinations were ...

Twenty-five people who were influential in the industry will be added to Hawaii Wall of Fame

Celebration honors isle tourism legacy Twenty-five people who were influential in the industry will be added to Hawaii Wall of Fame

Back before statehood, jets, interisland travel, rental cars, condotels and 7 million tourists a year coming to Hawaii, a small group of people saw the potential of an island visitor industry. ...

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