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Busy Anzac weekend ahead, but Aussies not here yet

Paul McBeth
Sat, 24 Apr 2021

Busy Anzac weekend ahead, but Aussies not here yet
Tour operators are anticipating a busy long weekend.
Paul McBeth
Sat, 24 Apr 2021
Tourism operators and accommodation providers are gearing up for a busy Anzac weekend, with the three-day weekend and school holidays spurring Kiwis to get away.The response to the trans-Tasman bubble is more muted with Australian visitors seen as coming later in the year, especially when snow falls in the Southern Alps.Air New Zealand yesterday said it was preparing for its busiest day since the covid-19 pandemic struck last year, with 42,000 people travelling on the national carrier’s 520 flights, of which 5,500 were on the Auckland-Wel...

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