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helloworld releases hot pricing for flights to London

helloworld releases hot pricing for flights to London
with Air New Zealand

Auckland, 7 November 2017: helloworld has made London and Europe more affordable than ever for Kiwis with amazing return flights with Air New Zealand priced from $1,399.

helloworld New Zealand’s Executive General Manager Simon McKearney says, “Fares like this have never been seen before on Air New Zealand. The offer also includes a bonus $200 land credit towards hotels or tours when customers book flights for two, effectively discounting the fare even further to $1,199.

"This amazing deal is part of our ongoing commitment to offer Kiwis the best possible holiday deals around the world."

The flight deals on offer are to London/Manchester and Europe with special Premium Economy and Business Premier deals also available. European cities include Amsterdam, Barcelona Frankfurt, Paris and Rome.

The fares are on sale until 27 November unless sold out earlier and are exclusive to helloworld and can only be booked through one of more than 60 helloworld stores nationwide.

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