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24 Oct 2021 21:16
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  •   Home > News > Education

    People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays

    People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays


    Many regional flights transit through the main city.

    However, if Auckland remains in Alert Level 3 or higher, customers will no longer be able to travel.

    October 1 is the last day of the third term.

    Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa marketing manager Shane Adcock says it's concerning they could miss out on a lot of travellers if the levels don't change.

    He says the school holidays are generally a busy time for the town so there's hope the alert levels will fall in their favour.

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