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Hamilton Gets New Early Flight

Hamilton Gets New Early Flight

Origin Pacific Airways announced today that effective 18th January 2004, it will operate an early morning flight each week day morning from Hamilton to Wellington departing at 0645 arriving at 0800 with great connections south to cities such as Nelson, Blenheim and Christchurch.

Sales & Marketing Manager, Ewan Wilson said "This is the first of a number of steps to improve our services out of the Waikato.

This new early morning service was in response to customer feedback and will cater for both the business and leisure traveler heading south. At Origin it has always been about value for money and customer convenience.

Origin has positioned itself as the market leader in flexibility and with this new early service, we are the first airline out of Hamilton heading to Wellington and beyond. This new initiative is great for Hamilton and the Waikato region".

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