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Qantas Increases New Zealand Services for Ski Season

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Tuesday, 20 February 2007

Qantas is to operate four non-stop weekly return services between Australia and Queenstown for the New Zealand ski season.

In addition to the year round Sydney - Queenstown service, two return services will operate from Sydney as well as one each from Melbourne and Brisbane.

"Qantas has served Queenstown since 2002 when we began ski season services from both Sydney and Brisbane," Qantas Group General Manager Sales and Distribution Mr Rob Gurney said.

"Flights from Sydney were increased to three times a week in 2005 and last year we added a direct Melbourne service.

"These seasonal services reflect the continued popularity of the surrounding ski fields to Australians and provide a huge boost to the Queenstown economy."

Flights will be serviced by Qantas fleet of two-class, 168 seat, Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

From 30 June 2007 to 30 September 2007 Qantas schedule of direct flights between Australia and Queenstown will be:

Sydney Queenstown Sydney
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday

Brisbane Queenstown Brisbane
Saturday

Melbourne - Queenstown - Melbourne
Sunday

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