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Baggage Allowance For Intl Add-On Fares Increased

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE XX.03.04

ORIGIN PACIFIC AIRWAYS ANNOUNCES INCREASE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL ADD-ON FARES

Origin Pacific Airways has announced that effective immediately all international passengers purchasing Origin Pacific's new Add-On fares in conjunction with its international partners:

* KLM
* Korean Air
* Malaysian Airlines
* Aerolineas Argentinas
* Garuda Indonesia
* Air Tahiti Nui;

are entitled to 30 kgs baggage allowance. This is an additional advantage to the already flexible Add-On fares which includes the ability to change the flight 30 minutes prior to departure and the passenger to be re-booked onto the next available flight at no charge - even if they no-showed for an Origin Pacific flight as a result of a delay of their international arrival.

Ewan Wilson, Sales & Marketing Manager said, "This is yet another innovation by Origin Pacific Airways to ensure they we become the logical choice of the travel trade when they require Add-On fares in conjunction with international departures.

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