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Airline Marketing In New Zealand

 

 

 

 

Media release – Garuda Indonesia – Nov 2007

 

GARUDA APPOINTS
Airline Marketing In New Zealand


Garuda Indonesia is pleased to announce the appointment of  Airline Marketing New Zealand Ltd (AMNZ) as its General Sales Agent in New Zealand from  December 1, 2007.

The airline’s General Manager Australia and South West Pacific, Mr Poerwoko Soeparyono, said that Airline Marketing New Zealand will act as sole agent in New Zealand and be responsible for all passengers sales and promotional activities.

Airline Marketing New Zealand Ltd will retain the current office premises of Garuda Indonesia in Auckland, thereby ensuring a seamless transfer.

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