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Pacific Blue Offers The Lowest Tasman Airfares

Pacific Blue Offers The Lowest Airfares In Town Nz To Oz For $99*

Pacific Blue today reaffirmed its commitment to offer the cheapest fares across the Tasman by announcing a continuation of the sale on all existing and start-up routes in New Zealand.

The low fare airline, which has ‘wowed’ Christchurch over the last month with the arrival of its sexy red jets and vivacious staff, celebrated today with fares as low as $99*.

Pacific Blue currently operates a daily service between Christchurch and Brisbane and Guests can snap up a sale fare on the carrier’s first route for only $149* one way on the net. A special celebratory sale fare of $99* one way on the net will also be available on flights between Christchurch - Melbourne commencing 4 March and Christchurch - Sydney as well as Wellington - Sydney launching 10 March.

Ramping up its profile, Pacific Blue is planning major celebrations for the launch of its newest services next month with the latest sale fares confirming the airline’s promise to making Trans-Tasman flying affordable for everyone.

Tony Marks, Chief Executive, said, “Since Pacific Blue launched less than four weeks ago, we’ve had tremendous support from both New Zealand and Australian travellers and they have made it clear they want affordable flying to more destinations across the Tasman.”

“The launch of genuine sale fares for travel at peak-times of the year and not just in the traditionally quiet times, emphasises our game plan to the New Zealand public that we will continue to offer the best airfares possible to make air travel more affordable for all Kiwis”, he finished.

Pacific Blue fares go on sale online at www.flypacificblue.com or for phone bookings on 0800 67 00 00 from now until 29 February for travel from 1 May until 30 June 2004*.

NZ on Sale Christchurch – Brisbane: $149* Christchurch – Melbourne: $99* Christchurch – Sydney: $99* Wellington – Sydney: $99*

Sale Period: now - 29 Feb Travel Period: 1 May - 30 Jun

* Sale Fares are available from now until sold out for travel from 1 May until 30 June 2004. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or peak days. Fares are quoted ex-New Zealand, one way on the net ($10 more by phone). Fares are exclusive of government departure tax, airport passenger service charge and security levy. Prices and charges are in NZD.

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