An investigation into a Shotover Jet crash which left two
people hospitalised has found the crash was down to driver
The jet-boating company that will take the Duke and Duchess
of Cambridge for a spin next month was praised when it
applied to renew its licence.
Shotover Jet is going the extra mile to say ''huan ying''
(Mandarin for welcome) to Chinese visitors in Queenstown
celebrating the Year of the Snake.
Shotover Jet is the highest-ranking Queenstown attraction (at
49) in AA Tourism's new "101 Must-Do's for Kiwis", while
scenic wonders in Fiordland were the highest in the South.
Changes at Shotover Jet in Queenstown will increase the
thrill and bring environmental benefits, in time for summer.
A Queenstown jet-boat operator says it is ''pulling our hair
out'' trying to find out how one of its boats hit a rock,
injuring six tourists, in the second such incident in three
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