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Origin Pacific Secures Air Tahiti Deal

New Zealand’s airline innovator, Origin Pacific Airways, puts another Airfare Deal together – this time with Air Tahiti Nui.

Origin Pacific Airways have announced today that they will provide Air Tahiti Nui international passengers with New Zealand domestic add on fares available immediately.

Ewan Wilson, Origin’s General Manager Sales & Marketing said, “this agreement will provide more international passengers this time travelling from New Zealand on Air Tahiti Nui with a cost effective alternative to connect to and from Auckland from anywhere in New Zealand serviced by the Origin network. Air Tahiti Nui provide services three times a week – Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to the exotic destination Tahiti, and the cities of Los Angeles and Paris.”

Origin Pacific Airways Managing Director, Robert Inglis, says his company is delighted to have an agreement with Air Tahiti Nui. “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”.

Air Tahiti Nui Manager – New Zealand / Australia, Mark Hutchinson said, “this is great news for Air Tahiti Nui customers originating from within regional New Zealand. We believe that there is tremendous demand out of regional New Zealand for both Tahiti, the United States and Europe and we are delighted to offer our passengers the convenience of flying from their regional home port to the world in conjunction with ourselves and our good friends Origin Pacific. “

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