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Freedom Air's Got A Really, Really New Plane

5 June 2005

Freedom Air's Got A Really, Really New Plane

Freedom Air is celebrating the arrival of it's really, really new plane in the best way it knows how - with really, really small fares!

The new Airbus A320 will be taking off on 8 June, and to get everyone in the party mood, Freedom Air is offering some fantastic fares.

All four of our Australian destinations are on sale from now until 4pm, 17 June 05 and these special fares are available for travel between 30 October and 16 December 05.

So book a flight with Freedom Air and watch out for its really, really new plane in your skies soon!

One Way, Internet Only, $NZD

Auckland

Gold Coast

from $99*

Hamilton

Sydney or Melbourne

from $89*

Hamilton

Brisbane or Gold Coast

from $99*

Palmerston North

Sydney or Melbourne

from $89*

Palmerston North

Brisbane

from $99*

Wellington

Gold Coast

from $99*

Christchurch

Gold Coast

from $99*

Dunedin

Sydney or Melbourne

from $89*

Dunedin

Brisbane or Gold Coast

from $99*

*These fares exclude taxes, levies and surcharges of $59 (Brisbane), $56 (Gold Coast), $75 (Sydney) or $60 (Melbourne)

The Small Print

Seats at these prices are limited and may not be available on all flights. They are only available online at www.freedomair.com until 4pm, 17 June 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.

All taxes, levies and surcharges are additional and may fluctuate without notice. Taxes and insurance surcharges vary between individual Australian departure ports so check out www.freedomair.com or call 0800 600 500 to calculate a return fare. Other conditions also apply to this offer.


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