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Freedom Air Four-Day Airfare Sale

9 July 2004

Freedom Air Four-Day Airfare Sale

Freedom Air’s really, really small four-day sale starts this Sunday (11 July) with Trans Tasman airfares reduced by up to $59.

Fares from Hamilton and Dunedin to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast start from $129* one-way. Fares from Palmerston North to Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne start from $129* one-way. Flights from Auckland to the Gold Coast or Brisbane also start from $129* one-way as do flights from Wellington to Brisbane.

Fares from Christchurch to Brisbane and the Gold Coast start from a really, really small $99* one-way. (*All fares exclude an $8 insurance surcharge, $10 fuel surcharge and all other taxes.)

These special fares are only available online at www.freedomair.com from 11 July until 14 July and are for travel between 12 October and 7 December 2004.

Rachel Gardiner, Freedom Air sales and marketing manager, says the four day sale is part of Freedom Air’s commitment to providing New Zealander’s with really, really small fares. “As the only New Zealand owned low-cost airline we are committed to providing value for money airfares, so more people can travel, more often.”

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