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Real Rewards for Frequent Flyers Launched

19 September 2008

Media Release

Real Rewards for Frequent Flyers Launched

Frequent Travellers to Whangarei and Kerikeri are the real winners with Salt Air Xpress today launching its Flexifare 10 Concession Pass. This Flexifare Pass is available for purchase between today and 31 October 2008 but is valid for travel for 12 months from date of purchase.

With simple rules and conditions including being fully transferable to family and purchasing company employees at no cost; this latest innovation from Salt Air (www.saltair.co.nz) is designed to make air travel easier than ever before.

“Feedback from regular air travelers was clear – they wanted an airline that kept things simple, delivered what they promised and truly understood that today’s business traveller had enough pressures without the need to have to worry about understanding complex airfare rules and conditions” says CEO Grant Harnish.

“Our frequent travelers love the convenience of flying directly to and from Auckland’s North Shore Airport and connecting free of charge to our Bus service using the Super fast Northern Busway Lane to Downtown Britomart” Says Harnish.

After talking directly with our frequent travelers they asked for three simple things…

1. A guarantee that their next 10 flights would be at an agreed price – no matter when they were used

2. A fully flexible airfare at a discounted price –available when they wanted to travel

3. A promise that these fares be available on every flight and for every seat for frequent travelers….

………So we listened and made it happen

The details are:
10 Flight Concession Purchase now available

Advance Purchase minimum 10 sectors Whangarei-Auckland or vv $99.00 o/w ($990)
Advance Purchase minimum 10 sectors Kerikeri-Auckland or vv $109.00 o/w ($1090)
• Valid for 12 months from date of purchase
• Transferrable between family members and Company employees
• Flights must be booked 24 hours in advance
• No rescheduling fees will apply for bookings changed more than 24 hours ahead
• Flights may not be amended or cancelled within 24 hours of departure

Established in 1992 Salt Air operates scenic flights in the Bay of Islands and across Northland. In May the airline launched scheduled services between Auckland’s North Shore and Whangarei/ Kerikeri. For more information call Grant Harnish 0800 472 582

ENDS

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