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Grey Power Members GetTheir Silver Wings.

8 November 2004

Origin Pacific Airways Give Grey Power Members Their Silver Wings.

Grey Power are delighted that Origin Pacific has developed an air travel programme called Silver Wings for Grey Power members nationwide. Silver Wings guarantee Grey Power members capped fare levels that represent a significant reduction on the most expensive fares. By travelling mid-week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) on Origin, savings will be between 50 to 70% less than the most expensive fare plus the Silver Wings programme eliminates booking fees on these fares. All this represents great savings for Grey Power members, but still allows for the cheapest fares and any special promotions to be still available to Grey Power members.

Silver Wings fares can be purchased direct from Origin Pacific's sales centre 0800 302 302 or any travel agent. Silver Wings travellers will be required to: 1.. quote the special Silver Wing Deal number at the time of booking, and 2.. show a valid Grey Power membership card at the time of check in.

Financial Grey Power members will find that the special Silver Wing Deal Number is available from their local Association of Grey Power.

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