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KLM & Origin Pacific Announce Add-on Fares

KLM & Origin Pacific Announce Add-on Fares

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New Zealand's airline innovator, Origin Pacific Airways, puts Airfare Deal together with Worlds' senior airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

Origin Pacific and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have announced today that they will provide international passengers with a New Zealand domestic add on fare available immediately.

Ewan Wilson, Origin's General Manager Sales & Marketing said, "this agreement will provide international passengers travelling to and from New Zealand on KLM with a cost effective alternative to connect to and from Auckland from anywhere in New Zealand serviced by the Origin network".

Origin Pacific Airways Managing Director, Robert Inglis, says his company is delighted to have an agreement with KLM. "Origin is committed to providing cost-effective fares to ensure that New Zealanders are able to connect to international carriers and to ensure that New Zealand remains a viable, cost-effective destination for international travellers. Competition, in the end, is what consumers benefit from and we are simply providing alternatives to ensure that Origin remains a viable option for domestic connections in New Zealand".

KLM Sales Manager - New Zealand & Pacific Islands, Fred Scott-Raynsford said, "this is great news for KLM passengers originating from within regional New Zealand. The great cities of the world, Paris, Amsterdam, London etc are so much closer with KLM and Origin Pacific. For KLM, the world's senior airline to be involved with a young and upcoming regional carrier is a real thrill".

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