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Freedom Air Is In A Fare Frenzy


Freedom Air Is In A Fare Frenzy

For the next 48 hours Freedom Airs fares to Australia are on sale at ridiculously low prices in what can only be called a ‘fare frenzy’.

For the 6th and 7th of March 2005 selected fares from all six of Freedom Airs New Zealand ports, are on sale from as low as $79* to $99* (one way, internet only).

These really, really small fares are available for travel between 6 March and 30 June 2005, inclusive.

And with just 48 hours to grab one of these great fares, they are sure to fly out the door.

FROM TO Fares $NZD
Auckland Brisbane or Gold Coast from $79*
Hamilton Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
Palmerston North Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
Wellington Brisbane from $79*
Wellington Gold Coast from $99*
Christchurch Brisbane or Gold Coast from $79*
Dunedin Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
*These fares exclude all taxes, levies and surcharges of $44 (Brisbane), $41 (Gold Coast), $60 (Sydney) or $45 (Melbourne)

The Small Print

The special fares are for travel between 6 March and 30 June 2005 inclusive. Seats at these prices are limited and may not be available on all flights. They are only available online at www.freedomair.com until 7 March 2005. Bookings can also be made through the Reservation Centre on 0800 600 500 where a service fee of $10 each way, per adult, applies.

Fares, taxes and insurance surcharges vary between individual Australian departure ports so check out http://www.freedomair.com or call 0800 600 500 to calculate a return fare. Other conditions also apply to this offer.


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