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Darryll Park CEO, HRG New Zealand Air New Zealand (>1998) Tourism Strategy 2010 (1999-2002) CAA (2003 to present) AVSEC (2004 to present) HRG (2002 to present) Aviation Security Over $20m on security hardware and systems $65m annually Staffing increased Continuing growth domestic

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darryll park ceo hrg new zealand

Darryll ParkCEO, HRG New Zealand

Air New Zealand (>1998)

Tourism Strategy 2010 (1999-2002)

CAA (2003 to present)

AVSEC (2004 to present)

HRG (2002 to present)

aviation security
Aviation Security
  • Over $20m on security hardware and systems
  • $65m annually
  • Staffing increased
  • Continuing growth domestic
  • International compound growth
  • Impact of recent hijacking incident on Blenheim to Christchurch flight
  • Monthly LAGs confiscation
  • CTAG (Combined Threat Assessment Group)
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CAA
  • Entry certification and safety monitoring
  • Growth of air traffic densities
    • Total increase in aircraft on the Register: 674 (18%)
    • Net increase in the airline sector: 16 aircraft (10%)
    • Net increase in the general aviation sector: 658 aircraft (20%)
    • Net increase in the microlight class: 170 aircraft (23%)
    • Net increase in helicopter: 234 (44%)
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Increased Number of Aircraft on the Register 2003-2006

The aircraft classes shown in italics are in the Airline sector. All others are General Aviation

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CAA
  • 80% of jet accidents occur at take-off and landings
  • Challenges of new bigger aircrafts
  • Low visibility - vision enhancement
  • Airside screening
  • Increase in need for skilled people
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CAA
  • Appointed to Board October 2003
  • Coroners report of Air Adventure crash June 2003
  • Issues:
    • Increased number of aircraft
    • Shortage of pilots and training facilities
    • Regulations of adventure aviation
    • Agricultural aircraft
    • Night vision imaging systems
    • Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)
    • Growth in sport and recreational
    • ELT (emergency locator transmitter)
travel supply
Travel Supply
  • 2 global brands
  • 3 online solutions
  • Certified (ISO) globally
    • HRG ISO certified
  • Negotiate supplier agreements
air new zealand
Air New Zealand
  • Supply / demand curve
  • Focusing capacity on inbound 80%
  • Domestic monopoly
  • Withdrawal of VBA
  • Withdrawal from Singapore
  • Manage fleet from 10 to 13 class yield basis
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Air New Zealand
  • STAR Alliance regionalisation
  • Japan bi-lateral
  • Air NZ web offerings with limitations
  • 25 international carriers flying to NZ
  • NZ / QF Alliance
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Air New Zealand
  • Koru premium brand
  • Clean green perception / reality polarised
  • Tourism NZL
  • Air NZ claim carbon credits
  • Growth markets: China / South America
  • Non-growth markets: Japan – NZ