A Brief History of Skyline 

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2023 Dec - Skyline Luge Kuala Lumpur officially opened.
Jun - Skyline Queenstown reopened its doors on the 29th of June with a brand new state-of-the-art 10-seat Doppelmayr Gondola and a completed top Gondola terminal building.
2022 Nov - The re-developed O'Connells building officially opened.
May - Skyline Rotorua opens three new Luge tracks with the site now offering 7.3km of downhill fun.
2021 Jul - Skyline Luge Busan (South Korea) officially opened.
Jul - Skyline Enterprises sells Heritage Dunedin Leisure Lodge to the Distinction Hotel Group.
2020 Nov - Skyline Enterprises announces its ninth Luge operation will be built in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Feb -
Construction begins on the O'Connells re-development project.
2019 Oct - Skyline Enterprises announces its third Gondola operation will be built in Swansea, Wales. 
Sep - 
Skyline Enterprises sells Totally Tourism Limited to Omni Tourism Group.
2018 July - Skyline Queenstown celebrates the re-opening of its Luge with a brand new 4-seater chairlift.
2017 Nov - Skyline Queenstown celebrates 50 years of Gondola operation.
May - Skyline Enterprises announces its seventh Luge operation will be built in Busan, South Korea. 
Apr - Skyline Luge Tongyeong (South Korea) officially opened.
2016 Mar - Skyline acquires Christchurch International Airport i-SITE.
June - Skyline Queenstown announces $60 million development plans for its iconic facility.
2015 Mar - Skyline Rotorua turns 30 years old.
Oct - Stargazing launches at Skyline Rotorua.
Nov - Construction begins for Skyline's major luge development in Tongyeong City, South Korea.
2014  Mar - Skyline Enterprises announces plans for a $6m high-end premium retail development in the heart of the resort town’s CBD.
Apr - The Directors of Skyline Enterprises announce the election of Mark Quickfall to the role of Chairman.
Nov - Skyline introduce Stratosfare as the exciting new dining restaurant experience at both Queenstown and Rotorua. 
2013 Apr - Twenty-eight years after opening with its world-first Luge operation, Skyline Rotorua hits its 15 millionth Luge ride.
Dec - Skyline Queenstown turns to jelly with the launch of its new Jelly Belly, Jelly Bean Store.
2012 Jun - Skyline Enterprises announces its sixth Luge operation to be built in Tongyeong City, Korea.
2011 Jan - Skyline Queenstown commence a trial season for mountain biking - New Zealand's first Gondola assisted bike lift.
Aug - Skyline Enterprises purchases Totally Tourism, an umbrella company that operates iconic tourism brands including The Helicopter Line, Mitre Peak Cruises, Milford Sound Scenic Flights, Queenstown Combos, Challenge Rafting, Harris Mountains Heli-Ski, Air Fiordland, Wanaka Flightseeing and Glacier Helicopters.
Sep - a fifth Luge site is announced to open for the 2013 summer in Calgary, Canada.
Sep - Skyline Queenstown opens the first official mountain bike season.
2010 Skyline Enterprises go through a company re-brand for all Gondola and Luge sites.
2008 Stake sold in the Crown Plaza, Christchurch and Christchurch Casino holdings increased.
2007-2008 financial year, Skyline Enterprises posts a record profit.
2005 Jul - Opening of new $10 million Gondola system in Rotorua.
Sep - Opening of Luge on Sentosa Island, Singapore.
2004 Jul  - Skyline Enterprises invested about $60 million in buying eight prime properties in Central Queenstown.
An agreement reached on the Luge project at Sentosa Island, Singapore.
2003 Mountain View Lodge sold.
Jun - Opening of Luge at Mont Tremblant in Quebec, Canada.
2000  Sky Alpine Casino in Queenstown opened.
1999 Oct - Dunedin Casino opened.
1997 Skyline Skyrides Rotorua won the New Zealand Tourism Award in the Activity and Adventure Tourism category.
Queenstown Luge opened.
1994 Major expansions carried out at Skyline Restaurant, Queenstown.
Christchurch Casino opened.
Barry Thomas awarded the New Zealand Tourism Industry Sir Jack Newman Award for Outstanding Contribution to Tourism.
1988 Mar - Major expansion to the Skyline Bob’s Peak restaurant complex completed.
Mar - In its 25th year, Skyline recorded a record profit of $2.2 million.
1987 Jan - Hylton Hensman awarded the Queen’s Service Medal for public service.
Nov - Doppelmayr Gondola, terminals, restaurant and souvenir shop extension opened in Queenstown.
1986 Jun - Skyline awarded the Inbound Tour Operators Council Operator of the Year Award and the New Zealand Tourist Industry Federation Travel Enterprise Award.
Nov - Construction of the new Doppelmayr Gondola began in Queenstown. 
1985 Jan - 25 new units completed at Leisure Lodge, Dunedin.
Mar - Skyline Skyrides in Rotorua opened.
Sep - 18 additional units completed at Blue Peaks Lodge, Queenstown.
1984 Feb - Beginning of construction of Skyline Skyrides, Rotorua.  
May - Skyline Building in Ballarat Street, Queenstown, demolished for the building of shopping mall and administration offices.
1981 May - Skyline purchased the balance of Leisure Lodge shares from SIMU.
1978 Aug - Leisure Lodge Motor Inn, Dunedin, completed and operated on a 50/50 basis with SIMU.
1977 Apr - An additional 29 units with lounge and house-bar completed at Mountain View Lodge.
Jun - Hylton Hensman awarded the New Zealand Tourism Industry Sir Jack Newman Award for Outstanding Individual Contribution to Tourism.
1975 Dec - Subsidiary company Skyline Tours commissioned and operated Blue Peaks Lodge, Queenstown.
1971 Apr - Skyline acquired all shares in Queenstown Tourist Company, operators of Mountain View Lodge.
May - Extensions to the Chalet to form the licensed restaurant at Skyline completed.
Aug - Accommodation and Booking Agents (Queenstown) acquired, giving Skyline a sales office in the heart of Queenstown.
1967 Nov 17th - The Queenstown Gondola opened.
1966 Apr 19th - Skyline Enterprises incorporated with the purpose of installing a Gondola and restaurant on Bob’s Peak.
Aug - Gondola construction begins.
1964 Jan 10th - Chalet on Bob’s Peak opened by Skyline Tours Ltd.