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Freedom Air Pre-Christmas Airfare Sale

6 August 2004

Freedom Air Pre-Christmas Airfare Sale

Freedom Air’s pre-Christmas fares are on sale now with Trans Tasman airfares reduced by up to $40.00.

Fares from Hamilton and Dunedin to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast start from $149* one-way. Fares from Palmerston North to Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne start from $149* one-way. Fares from Auckland to the Gold Coast or Brisbane start from $139* one-way, and fares from Wellington to Brisbane from $149* one-way*.

Fares from Christchurch to Brisbane and the Gold Coast start from a really, really small $119* one-way. (*All fares exclude an $8 insurance surcharge, $10 fuel surcharge and all other taxes.)

These special fares are available online at until 18 August 2004 or through the Reservations Centre on 0800 600 500 where a service fee of $10 each way, per adult, applies. Travel between Palmerston North and Brisbane is to be taken between 1 November – 7 December 2004, as does travel between Dunedin, the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Travel between all other destinations must be taken between 12 October – 7 December 2004.

Rachel Gardiner, Freedom Air sales and marketing manager, says Freedom Air’s really, really small fares mean that more people can travel more often. “The
pre-Christmas period is a great time to take a holiday before the madness and crowds of the festive season start, and with these fares a pre-Christmas break is now a reality for more people.”


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