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From Auckland you drive south via the awesome Coromandel Peninsula to Rotorua and Taupo to take in a little Maori culture and enjoy the volcanic area.
You then continue south to Wellington via the wine growing regions around Napier.
One mistake visitors to New Zealand make is under estimating how long it takes to drive – 300kms in New Zealand is not the same as driving 300kms on motorways in the USA!
Our roads are not straight, as you have probably already noticed.
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Eligibility criteria, T&Cs, fees and charges apply. by Chris Chamberlin | April 4, 2018 Air New Zealand has pulled the plug on its trans-Tasman alliance with Virgin Australia, with the two airlines set to part ways from October 28, 2018.
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Early 2016 saw Air New Zealand CEO Chris Luxon call for Virgin boss Borghetti to resign over the airline's financial performance.
When Luxon's putsch failed, the Kiwi carrier sold off its 25.9% stake in Virgin Australia but pledged the trans-Tasman alliance would remain.
Air New Zealand Chief Revenue Officer Cam Wallace said that "Australia is the largest source of inbound visitors to New Zealand and Air New Zealand has built up a significant presence in this market." "This move will enable us to deliver a more consistent customer experience by using our own fleet and delivering an improved schedule, which we’ll provide more details about shortly." Wallace recently said Air New Zealand would roll out more Boeing 787s and Boeing 777s across the Tasman, adding not only more capacity onto the market but international-grade business class and premium economy seats.
Virgin Australia CEO John Borghetti responded by saying the split "provides opportunities for the Virgin Australia Group on the Tasman, including operating both the Virgin Australia and Tigerair Australia brands in the market." “Virgin Australia will continue its strong focus on providing competition and outstanding service on the Tasman, which remains an important part of our network and strategy as an airline group." The alliance between Virgin and Air New Zealand against common enemy Qantas began in 2010 but has grown increasingly distant over the past years, with other aspects of the tie-up having already been wound back.
However choosing will still be difficult as there are so many choices, particularly in Wanaka and Queenstown.