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Origin Pac House of Travel launch new web services

Origin Pacific Airways and House of Travel launches new web services initiative.

85 House of Travel retail shops with over 900 consultants nation-wide are now able to access Origins services through House of Travel's unique SearchFlight system. The new initiative combining web services now enables House of Travel consultants direct access to Origin's great range of FareGo fares and the ability to book direct from within their own SearchFlight system.

General Manager Sales & Marketing for Origin Pacific Airways, Ewan Wilson says "the ability for our systems to talk to each other to ensure consultants can provide fast, efficient, accurate information as well as the new direct booking ability enables both Origin Pacific and House of Travel to provide best value for our mutual customers. This new initiative is yet another step forward in Origin's commitment to Heartland New Zealand. As a domestic carrier with a web based booking facility, we are continuously seeking efficiencies for our agencies partners and accessibility to the general public.

Tony Moffatt, Commercial Director for House of Travel says "House of Travel and Origin Pacific have a great relationship and this most recent development further strengthens House of Travel's commitment to being the travel industry leader.

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