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Rugby World Cup kicks in – Top New Zealand websites, September 10 2011

Big jump for House of Travel after gaining almost 5% in market share and taking top spot in the list of leading travel websites in New Zealand.

The agency overtook Expedia and Webjet to achieve the prime position this week.

Auckland2011, host city for this year’s rugby World Cup, also swooped in to be the leading destination and accommodation website in the country.

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Most popular travel websites in New Zealand for the week ending September 10 2011:


RankWebsiteDomainPercentage of VisitsPrevious Position
1House of
2Webjet New
4Flight Centre New
5Jet Abroad -
8STA Travel

Destinations and Accommodation

RankWebsiteDomainPercentage of VisitsPrevious Position
1Auckland 2011www.auckland2011.com5.17%-
3Wotif.comwww.wotif.com4.29%2 -
7Mt Ruapehuwww.mtruapehu.com2.65%4
8AA New Zealand Travel
9Book A
10New Zealand Tourism


RankWebsiteDomainPercentage of VisitsPrevious Position
1Air New Zealand -
2Air New
5My Air New
7Fly Pacific Bluewww.flypacificblue.com1.91%10
9Virgin Australiawww.virginaustralia.com1.75%-
10Singapore Airlineswww.singaporeair.com1.58%8

NB: Data courtesy of Experian Hitwise


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