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Origin Pacific Airways Ads More Addons

Origin Pacific Airways Ads More Addons

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Thursday 1 April 2004

New Zealand's airline innovator, Origin Pacific Airways, continues to put more International AddOn Airfare Deals together - this time with Royal Brunei Airlines.

Ewan Wilson, Origin's General Manager Sales & Marketing said, "this agreement adds yet another cost effective option for passengers travelling to connect to and from international destinations. The new AddOn fares provide peace of mind for passengers connecting with our intentional partners as the fares are not only great value but fully flexible."

Origin's commitment to passengers travelling on the special international connections is to transfer them to the next available Origin flight, should they have the misfortune to miss their connection due to international delays, at no additional charge. Travellers connecting with our International Partners will also have an extended baggage allowance of 30kg's.

Mr Wilson says "our winter schedule which commences this month has been designed carefully to maximise our connections to and from Auckland from throughout New Zealand.

Sales & Marketing Manager for Royal Brunei, Stephen Tanner said today "we are delighted to be working with Origin Pacific to ensure that our customers have cost effective alternatives to connect with our international flights in and out of Auckland.

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