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Local Helicopter Company Awarded ‘Top 10’

Local Helicopter Company Awarded ‘Top 10’ for US Travellers.

Queenstown’s Over The Top has been voted by US visitors as one of the top 10 experiences in New Zealand

Each year prestigious US wholesaler, New Zealand Travel Inc, tabulates surveys that are completed by their customers and presents the top awards as voted by those travellers.

In an email to the winners, New Zealand Travel Inc. heartily congratulated the winners and thanked them for creating amazing experiences for their guests.

New Zealand Travel Inc has been sending guests to New Zealand for over 25 years and has been recognized for excellence in awards given by elite travel publications Condé Nast Traveller and Andrew Harper Hideaway. New Zealand Travel Inc guests are sophisticated travellers who wish to experience the very best of New Zealand.

Queenstown was well represented in the 2009 Top Traveller Awards with Over The Top joining Judy MacKenzie from EP Tours and Real Journeys in the Top Ten Experiences. Blanket Bay was recognised as one of the top New Zealand luxury lodges, Pencarrow Lodge as winner for boutique accommodation and The Spire hotel getting an honorable mention.

Over The Top CEO Louisa (Choppy) Patterson was delighted to receive the award.

“We are thrilled with the accolade. It reinforces the importance of understanding visitors’ requirements whilst in New Zealand and ensuring we exceed their expectations.”

This latest award reflects Over The Top’s distinctive high standards and reinforces the company’s commitment to excellence.


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