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Unlock the Key to Britain & Europe from $2391

Unlock the Key to Britain & Europe from $2391 with Qantas And British Airways

Qantas and British Airways are unlocking the Key to Britain and Europe with great value airfares to one of 27 cities in the United Kingdom or Europe from only $2391 including taxes, on sale until 28 February 2006.

This fare is available for departures between 1 February – 31 March and 1 October - 30 November 2006. For departures between 1 April – 31 May 2006 and 1 September – 30 September 2006, airfares start from $2491 including taxes. Airfares must be booked by 28 February 2006.

There are 27 cities in the UK and Europe to choose from including; Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Birmingham, Bristol, Brussels, Copenhagen, Cork, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Helsinki, Inverness, Isle Of Man, Jersey, London, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Newcastle, Nice, Paris, Rome, Shannon, Vienna and Zurich.

This offer is not to be missed. To book, visit ba.com or call British Airways on (9) 966 9777, call Qantas on 0800 767 400, or see your bonded Travel Agent.

Plan your journey at ba.com For the latest information and updates on British Airways destinations worldwide, visit the ba.com city guides. From sporting and cultural events to weather updates to visa and health information, the ba.com city guides are an essential part of planning your trip. Ba.com makes travel easy.

Notes to editors
1. The Qantas and British Airways airfares are available for departures from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.
2. Taxes and surcharges quoted are based on direct routing from Auckland/ Wellington/ Christchurch or Queenstown to London via Sydney. Airfares do not include New Zealand departure tax.
3. Prices and taxes are correct as at 26/01/2006 but may fluctuate.
4. Travel is based on return economy class travel with Qantas and British Airways.
5. Airfares are subject to availability and conditions apply.
6. Full payment required within 14 days of reservation but no later than 28 Feb 2006.
7. A booking fee of $45 per customer booked applies for bookings through Qantas Telephone Sales, Qantas Travel Centres and Qantas Airport locations.

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