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The trans-Tasman bubble is officially open

Apr - 2021

 

 

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of Kiwis say that they value holidays more than ever before.

Expedia, Vacation Deprivation Report, 2021

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are willing to spend more on their bucket list holiday than originally planned.

Expedia, Vacation Deprivation Report, 2021

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of Kiwis are planning to take more holidays in 2021.

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After 12 long months of separation, the trans-Tasman bubble is finally open, giving Kiwis and Aussies the chance to reunite with family and friends, and embark on international adventures once more.

Since the announcement of the bubble, demand for trans-Tasman travel has soared with Air New Zealand stating that it has been “run off their feet” as thousands of Kiwis snapped up Australian airfares. Air New Zealand was quoted as saying they expect 5,000 Kiwis to travel on the first day of the bubble with over 30 return-flights now operating each week.

On the Australian side, Qantas and Jetstar have announced they will operate 83% of their pre-COVID capacity to New Zealand with 122 return flights per week, to safely meet high consumer demand.

JCDecaux is the exclusive Airport advertising partner for both Auckland Airport and Sydney Airport -the most popular trans-Tasman route - in addition to Christchurch International Airport and Queenstown Airport - the main entry points for Australians travelling to New Zealand’s renowned South Island tourist destinations.

To connect with an excited audience travelling across the ditch, and learn more about the unique and highly impactful Airport opportunities available, contact JCDecaux

 

Sources:

Australian Aviation; NZ Herald; Stuff.co.nz

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