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The travel and tourism sector in New Zealand performed well over the review period. The country witnessed an increase in number of visitors, both domestic and international, as well as an increase in ...

The travel and tourism sector in New Zealand performed well over the review period. The country witnessed an increase in number of visitors, both domestic and international, as well as an increase in tourist expenditure. Economic growth, promotional activities by the tourism authority and the hosting of international events supported this growth. However, the appreciation of the New Zealand dollar against other major currencies is of concern, reducing the competitiveness of the country in terms of attracting foreign visitors.

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    • Travel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017SynopsisThe report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire New Zealand travel and tourism sector Detailedanalysis of tourist spending patterns in New Zealand The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated byeach category within New Zealand travel and tourism sector Employment and salary trends for variouscategories in New Zealand travel and tourism sector, such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment,foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others Detailed market classification across eachcategory with analysis using similar metrics Detailed analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travelintermediaries industriesExecutive summaryThe travel and tourism sector in New Zealand performed well over the review period. The country witnessedan increase in number of visitors, both domestic and international, as well as an increase in tourist expenditure.Economic growth, promotional activities by the tourism authority and the hosting of international eventssupported this growth. However, the appreciation of the New Zealand dollar against other major currencies isof concern, reducing the competitiveness of the country in terms of attracting foreign visitors.Tourism is a significant contributor to New Zealand’s economy. According to the World Travel andTourism Council (WTTC), the tourism sector contributed 14.9% to the total GDP and 19.1% to the totalemployment in New Zealand in 2012. Tourism New Zealand is the government agency responsible formarketing New Zealand. It makes use of the ‘100% Pure New Zealand’ marketing campaign asits major tool, a campaign which has been running successfully since 1999.ScopeThis report provides an extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in New Zealand:It details historical values for the New Zealand tourism sector for 2008–2012, along with forecastfigures for 2013–2017 It provides comprehensive analysis of travel and tourism demand factors withvalues for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period The reportprovides a detailed analysis and forecast of domestic, inbound and outbound tourist flows in New Zealand Itprovides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector It providescomprehensive analysis of the trends in the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries withvalues for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast periodKey highlightsThe domestic tourism market has been hampered by the strength of New Zealand dollar against other majorcurrencies. With the currency increasing at a CAGR of 5.84% against the US dollar and 7.01% against theEuro between March 2010 and March 2013, it has become increasingly affordable for New Zealanders to taketrips abroad. The five largest countries in terms of sourcing inbound tourists to New Zealand in 2012 wereAustralia, China, the UK, the US and Japan, which collectively accounted for 69.9% of the country’stotal inbound arrivals. Australia accounted for the majority share of 45.1% with 1.2 million arrivals, followedby China with 197,000. Inbound tourist volumes from China registered the highest CAGR of 15.06% duringthe review period. The most significant barriers for outbound travel to non-Asian countries are distance, timeand cost. Other factors hindering outbound travel include a shortage of annual leave, an unwillingness to takeTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • leave because of job security or personal reasons, and the high cost of travel packages. In view of theincreasing competition and rising pressure on prices, airline pricing structures in New Zealand have undergonesome changes. In order to attract customers and compete in the low cost segment, airlines are offering acustomizable pricing structure. For example, Air New Zealand’s ‘Seat to Suit’ is afour-tiered product which offers four types of ticket based on the baggage carried and the services availed.Low-cost carriers also offer deals to attract customers. The number of hotel establishments in the countrydeclined marginally during the review period, mainly at the budget end, and it is expected to record only slowgrowth in the forecast period. Consequently, an increase in demand for hotel services will lead to a rise inroom rates and increased worries over the increasing relative cost of tourism in New Zealand. Cost pressureson car rental suppliers are likely to be felt due to a rise in fuel costs as crude oil prices rise. Rates are expectedto rise only slightly or even remain flat in some markets as a result of aggressive competition among majoroperators. Increasing internet penetration is the primary reason for the strong growth of online travel bookings.According to the Internet World Stats, there were 3.8 million internet users (88.0% of the total population) inNew Zealand as of June 2012.Reasons to buyTake strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the New Zealand traveland tourism sector Understand the demand-side dynamics within the New Zealand travel and tourism sector,along with key market trends and growth opportunities Identify the spending patterns of domestic, inboundand outbound tourists by individual categories Analyze key employment and compensation data related to thetravel and tourism sector in New Zealandtable Of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Market Overview2.1 The Domestic Economy2.2 Travel And Tourism Trends And Issues2.3 Key Travel And Tourism Indicators2.4 Tourism Swot2.4.1 Strengths2.4.2 Weaknesses2.4.3 Opportunities2.4.4 Threats2.5 Country Fact Sheet2.6 Demographic Profile3 Tourism Flows3.1 Domestic Tourism3.1.1 Performance OutlookTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 3.1.2 Key Issues And Trends3.2 Inbound Tourism3.2.1 Performance Outlook3.2.2 Key Issues And Trends3.3 Outbound Tourism3.3.1 Performance Outlook3.3.2 Key Issues And Trends3.4 Tourism Flows Forecast Highlights4 Airlines4.1 Performance Outlook4.2 Key Issues And Trends4.3 Airlines Forecast Highlights5 Hotels5.1 Performance Outlook5.2 Key Issues And Trends5.3 Hotels Forecast Highlights6 Car Rental6.1 Performance Outlook6.2 Key Issues And Trends6.3 Car Rental Forecast Highlights7 Travel Intermediaries7.1 Performance Outlook7.2 Key Issues And Trends7.3 Travel Intermediaries Forecast Highlights8 Tourism Board Profile8.1 Tourism Board Name8.2 Tourism Board Description8.3 Target Market9 Airport Profiles9.1 New Zealand Airports9.1.1 OverviewTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 9.1.2 Operator Profile9.1.3 Routes10 Company Profiles – Airlines10.1 Company Profile: Air New Zealand Limited10.1.1 Air New Zealand Limited – Company Overview10.1.2 Air New Zealand Limited – Business Description10.1.3 Air New Zealand Limited – Main Services And Brands10.1.4 Air New Zealand Limited – History10.1.5 Air New Zealand Limited – Swot Analysis10.1.6 Air New Zealand Limited – Strengths10.1.7 Air New Zealand Limited – Weaknesses10.1.8 Air New Zealand Limited – Opportunities10.1.9 Air New Zealand Limited – Threats10.1.10 Air New Zealand Limited – Key Competitors10.1.11 Air New Zealand Limited – Key Employees10.2 Company Profile: Jetconnect Limited10.2.1 Jetconnect Limited – Company Overview10.2.2 Jetconnect Limited – Main Services10.2.3 Jetconnect Limited – Key Competitors10.2.4 Jetconnect Limited – Key Employees10.3 Company Profile: Jetstar Airways Limited New Zealand10.3.1 Jetstar Airways Limited New Zealand – Company Overview10.3.2 Jetstar Airways Limited New Zealand – Main Services And Brands10.3.3 Jetstar Airways Limited New Zealand – Key Competitors10.3.4 Jetstar Airways Limited New Zealand – Key Employees10.4 Company Profile: Eagle Airways Ltd10.4.1 Eagle Airways Ltd – Company Overview10.4.2 Eagle Airways Ltd – Main Services10.4.3 Eagle Airways Ltd – Key Competitors10.4.4 Eagle Airways Ltd – Key Employees10.5 Company Profile: Sunair Aviation Ltd10.5.1 Sunair Aviation Ltd – Company Overview10.5.2 Sunair Aviation Ltd – Main Services10.5.3 Sunair Aviation Ltd – Key Competitors10.5.4 Sunair Aviation Ltd – Key Employees11 Company Profiles – Hotels11.1 Company Profile: Accor Hotels New Zealand11.1.1 Accor Hotels New Zealand – Company Overview11.1.2 Accor Hotels New Zealand – Main ServicesTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 11.1.3 Accor Hotels New Zealand – Key Competitors11.1.4 Accor Hotels New Zealand – Key Employees11.2 Company Profile: Hilton Hotels New Zealand11.2.1 Hilton Hotels New Zealand – Company Overview11.2.2 Hilton Hotels New Zealand – Main Services11.2.3 Hilton Hotels New Zealand – Key Competitors11.2.4 Hilton Hotels New Zealand – Key Employees11.3 Company Profile: Intercontinental Hotels Group New Zealand11.3.1 Intercontinental Hotels Group New Zealand – Company Overview11.3.2 Intercontinental Hotels Group New Zealand – Main Services And Brands11.3.3 Intercontinental Hotels Group New Zealand – Key Competitors11.3.4 Intercontinental Hotels Group New Zealand – Key Employees11.4 Company Profile: The Langham Hotel New Zealand11.4.1 The Langham Hotel New Zealand – Company Overview11.4.2 The Langham Hotel New Zealand – Main Services11.4.3 The Langham Hotel New Zealand – Key Competitors11.4.4 The Langham Hotel New Zealand – Key Employees11.5 Company Profile: Wharekauhau Country Estate11.5.1 Wharekauhau Country Estate – Company Overview11.5.2 Wharekauhau Country Estate – Main Services11.5.3 Wharekauhau Country Estate – Key Competitors11.5.4 Wharekauhau Country Estate – Key Employees12 Company Profiles – Car Rental12.1 Company Profile: Budget Rent A Car New Zealand12.1.1 Budget Rent A Car New Zealand – Company Overview12.1.2 Budget Rent A Car New Zealand – Main Services12.1.3 Budget Rent A Car New Zealand – Key Competitors12.1.4 Budget Rent A Car New Zealand – Key Employees12.2 Company Profile: Thrifty Car Rental New Zealand12.2.1 Thrifty Car Rental New Zealand – Company Overview12.2.2 Thrifty Car Rental New Zealand – Main Services12.2.3 Thrifty Car Rental New Zealand – Key Competitors12.2.4 Thrifty Car Rental New Zealand – Key Employees12.3 Company Profile: Ace Rental Cars12.3.1 Ace Rental Cars – Company Overview12.3.2 Ace Rental Cars – Main Services12.3.3 Ace Rental Cars – Key Competitors12.3.4 Ace Rental Cars – Key Employees12.4 Company Profile: Omega Rental Cars12.4.1 Omega Rental Cars – Company Overview12.4.2 Omega Rental Cars – Main ServicesTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 12.4.3 Omega Rental Cars – Key Competitors12.4.4 Omega Rental Cars – Key Employees12.5 Company Profile: Avis New Zealand12.5.1 Avis New Zealand – Company Overview12.5.2 Avis New Zealand – Main Services12.5.3 Avis New Zealand – Key Competitors12.5.4 Avis New Zealand – Key Employees13 Company Profiles – Travel Intermediaries13.1 Company Profile: House Of Travel13.1.1 House Of Travel – Company Overview13.1.2 House Of Travel – Main Services13.1.3 House Of Travel – Key Competitors13.1.4 House Of Travel – Key Employees13.2 Company Profile: First Travel Group13.2.1 First Travel Group – Company Overview13.2.2 First Travel Group – Main Services13.2.3 First Travel Group – Key Competitors13.2.4 First Travel Group – Key Employees13.3 Company Profile: Mondo Travel13.3.1 Mondo Travel – Company Overview13.3.2 Mondo Travel – Main Services13.3.3 Mondo Travel – Key Competitors13.3.4 Mondo Travel – Key Employees13.4 Company Profile: United Travel New Zealand13.4.1 United Travel New Zealand – Company Overview13.4.2 United Travel New Zealand – Main Services And Brands13.4.3 United Travel New Zealand – Key Competitors13.4.4 United Travel New Zealand – Key Employees13.5 Company Profile: China Travel Service (nz) Limited13.5.1 China Travel Service (nz) Limited – Company Overview13.5.2 China Travel Service (nz) Limited – Main Services13.5.3 China Travel Service (nz) Limited – Key Competitors13.5.4 China Travel Service (nz) Limited – Key Employees14 Market Data Analysis14.1 Tourism Output14.1.1 Total Tourism Output14.1.2 Direct Tourism Output14.1.3 Indirect Tourism Output14.1.4 Tourism Output Per EmployeeTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 14.1.5 Direct Tourism Output Per Employee14.1.6 Indirect Tourism Output Per Employee14.2 Tourism Employment14.2.1 Total Tourism Employment14.2.2 Direct Tourism Employment14.2.3 Indirect Tourism Employment14.2.4 Tourism Employee Compensation14.2.5 Total Gross Income Generated By Total Tourism Employment14.3 Domestic Tourism14.3.1 Domestic Trips By Purpose Of Visit14.3.2 Number Of Overnight Stays14.3.3 Total Domestic Tourism Expenditure14.3.4 Average Expenditure Per Domestic Tourist By Category14.4 Inbound Tourism14.4.1 International Arrivals By Region14.4.2 International Arrivals By Purpose Of Visit14.4.3 Total Inbound Tourism Expenditure By Category14.4.4 Average International Tourist Expenditure By Category14.5 Outbound Tourism Flows14.5.1 International Departures By Region14.5.2 International Departures By Purpose Of Visit14.5.3 Number Of Overnight Stays14.5.4 Total Outbound Tourism Expenditure By Category14.5.5 Average Outbound Expenditure Per Resident By Category14.6 Airlines14.6.1 Seats Available14.6.2 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Business Travel14.6.3 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Leisure Travel14.6.4 Load Factor By Carrier Type14.6.5 Passenger Kilometers Available By Carrier Type14.6.6 Revenue-generating Passenger Kilometers By Carrier Type14.6.7 Revenue Per Passenger By Carrier Type14.6.8 Total Revenue By Carrier Type14.7 Hotels14.7.1 Establishments By Type14.7.2 Available Rooms By Hotel Category14.7.3 Room Occupancy Rate By Hotel Type14.7.4 Room Nights Available By Hotel Type14.7.5 Room Nights Occupied By Hotel Type14.7.6 Average Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Type14.7.7 Revenue Per Occupied Room By Hotel Type14.7.8 Total Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Type14.7.9 Total Revenue By Hotel And Customer TypeTravel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
    • 14.7.10 Guests By Hotel And Customer Type14.8 Car Rentals14.8.1 Market Value By Customer Type And Rental Location14.8.2 Fleet Size14.8.3 Rental Occasions14.8.4 Rental Length14.8.5 Average Rental Length14.8.6 Utilization Rate14.8.7 Average Revenue Per Day14.9 Travel Intermediaries14.9.1 Market Value By Product Type14.9.2 Online Revenue By Type Of Intermediary Or Provider14.9.3 Online Revenue By Type Of Tourist14.9.4 In-store Revenue By Type Of Intermediary14.9.5 In-store Revenue By Type Of Tourist14.9.6 Travel Agent Revenue From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel14.9.7 Travel Agent Revenue From International Tourism By Sales Channel14.9.8 Tour Operator Revenue From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel14.9.9 Tour Operator Revenue From International Tourism By Sales Channel14.9.10 Other Intermediaries Revenue From Domestic Tourism By Sales Channel14.9.11 Other Intermediaries Revenue From International Tourism By Sales Channel15 Appendix15.1 What Is This Report About?15.2 Definitions15.3 Methodology15.4 Contact Timetric15.5 About Timetric15.6 Timetric’s Services15.7 DisclaimerResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market researchreports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with ourhuge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across allindustry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well aspublishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights onwhich reports will satisfy your needs at the best price.Contact:M/s Sheela,90 State Street,Suite 700,Travel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2017
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