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Avoid The Back To Work Blues With Freedom Air

Avoid The Back To Work Blues With Freedom Air

After the rush of Christmas is over, there's only one way to avoid the back to work blues - jump on a Freedom Air flight to Australia! Freedom Air has sliced up to $NZD70 off its already affordable Trans Tasman flights for travel between 1 February and 31 March 2003. These fares will be on sale today until 30 November 2002 by booking online at or by calling 0800 600 500.

The promotional fares for travel from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch to Brisbane start from $NZD429 return. Flights from Auckland and Christchurch to the Gold Coast also start from $NZD429 return. Flights from Hamilton to Sydney, the Gold Coast, and Brisbane start from $NZD429 return, with flights to Melbourne starting from $NZD449 return. Airfares from Palmerston North to Brisbane start from $NZD429 return, with flights to Sydney and Melbourne starting from $NZD449 return. Flights from Dunedin to Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and Sydney start from $NZD459 return, with flights to Melbourne starting from $NZD479 return. All airfares exclude airport taxes and insurance surcharges.

Rachel Gardiner, Freedom Air sales and marketing manager, says that travelling after February is a great way to avoid the crowds. "After the madness of Christmas most of us feel like we need another holiday just to recover!" she says. "These promotional fares make taking a truly relaxing holiday a reality for more people."

To save even more time and money, Freedom Air recommends booking flights online. Passengers who do will have access to an even cheaper fare level, and will go into the monthly draw to win their money back. While visiting the Freedom Air website you can join 'Club Zoomin', the Freedom Air travel club, to receive advanced notification of any special offers, the latest news, and information on new destinations, via email.

Freedom Air is a value-based airline, focused on saving passengers time and money by flying point to point and by not offering traditional airline add-ons like inflight meals and inflight entertainment.

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