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Super Spring Airfares to Northland

1 September 2008

Media Release

Super Spring Airfares to Northland

In celebration of its first three months of scheduled air services from Aucklands North Shore to Whangarei and Kerikeri; Salt Air is delighted to announce the launch of low cost Super Spring Airfares.

• Fly from Aucklands North Shore to Whangarei for $59 o/w inclusive of all charges

• Fly from Aucklands North Shore to Kerikeri for $79 o/w inclusive of all charges

Better still, passengers are able to use the Free Salt Air Shuttle Bus service from Britomart and Smales farm to and from North Shore Airport.

Since being established in 1992 Salt Air has, until recently, largely offered scenic flights in the Bay of Islands and across Northland. In May the airline launched scheduled flights between Auckland’s North Shore and Whangarei / Kerikeri.

Downtown Auckland passengers have the added benefit of a free shuttle service from Britomart that is licensed to travel on the Northern Busway. With time and fuel two significant expenses for any business traveller the Salt Air services make good business sense.

Bookings can be made either online at ; calling 0800 472 582 or visiting your local Travel Agent. Full terms and conditions available at

For more information contact Gavin Hazelden 021 799 644 or visit


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