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Freedom Air Puts The Spring In Your Step

Freedom Air Puts The Spring In Your Step With Huge Airfare Reductions

With the spring weather feeling like winter hasn’t quite released its grip, Freedom Air’s fantastic airfare specials are guaranteed to bring on the sunshine.

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 $129* 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, $20 fuel surcharge and all other taxes.)

These special fares are available until 15 September 2004 with bookings made either online at , or through the Reservations Centre on 0800 600 500 where a service fee of $10 each way, per adult, applies.

Travel to all destinations must be taken between 12 October – 12 December 2004 inclusive.

Rachel Gardiner, Freedom Air sales and marketing manager, says Freedom Air’s really, really small fares mean that more people can travel more often. “Booking in spring for that pre-Christmas, summer jaunt is smart thinking and with these tiny fares a pre-Christmas break is a more definite reality for more New Zealanders.”

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