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Freedom Air Launch Itsy Bitsy Fares

Freedom Air Launch Itsy Bitsy Fares

Freedom Air’s latest Trans Tasman fares are smaller than a yellow polka-dot bikini, reduced by up to $40 each way.

Fares on all Freedom Air Trans Tasman routes start from $149* one-way, for travel between 1 May – 30 June 2004. These really, really small fares are on sale now until 22 March 2004. Details of all Freedom Air services are available on its website. *Airfares exclude an $8 insurance surcharge and all other taxes. Seats are limited and may not be available on the dates you wish to travel due to popular demand.

Rachel Gardiner, Freedom Air sales and marketing manager, says “Winter is just around the corner and with prices this small we’re sure flights will fill up fast, so now is the time to start booking those winter holidays.”

Book your Trans Tasman holiday now on the Freedom Air website at, or through the Reservations Centre on 0800 600 500, where a service fee of $3 each way will apply.

While on the website make sure you join Club Zoomin’, the Freedom Air travel club, to receive advanced notification of any special offers, the latest news and information on new destinations, via email.


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