Jess Ogg, C&I Specialists (fourth from left) won a land package in Hawai’i that included three nights at Ritz-Carlton Residences, three nights at The Kahala Hotel & Resort, two nights in Maui and a Hana rainforest experience with Maverick Helicopters. She is seen here with Moon Civetz, Maverick; Sally Halm and Kelly Sheather, The Kahala Hotel & Resort; Katherine Gioia, Ritz-Carlton Residences; Megan Hornblow, Hawai’i Tourism; Karishma Chowfin, Oahu Visitors Bureau; Randy Parker, Maui Visitors Bureau and Darragh Walshe, Hawai’i Tourism Jess Ogg, C&I Specialists (fourth from left) won a land package in Hawai’i that included three nights at Ritz-Carlton Residences, three nights at The Kahala Hotel & Resort, two nights in Maui and a Hana rainforest experience with Maverick Helicopters. She is seen here with Moon Civetz, Maverick; Sally Halm and Kelly Sheather, The Kahala Hotel & Resort; Katherine Gioia, Ritz-Carlton Residences; Megan Hornblow, Hawai’i Tourism; Karishma Chowfin, Oahu Visitors Bureau; Randy Parker, Maui Visitors Bureau and Darragh Walshe, Hawai’i Tourism

Aloha Spirit meets AKL Soul

 

En route from exhibiting at business events expo, AIME in Melbourne, they encouraged agents to take advantage of continuing competitive airfares. Meetings and incentive travel out of NZ was a star performer in 2018, up 27.7% and the Hawai’i Tourism’s Megan Hornblow encouraged agents to think beyond corporate business to sports and cultural travel such as kapa haka groups. Overall, the number of Kiwis to Hawai’i was up 19.6% last year to 84,661, although length of stay and neighbour island visitation dropped slightly.

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